Security tips for tourists

March 23, 2021

Tourism is slowly opening up and even if it means limited international travel and fewer foreign visitors, local tourists are taking to the skies and roads to experience new adventures. Our country has so much to offer – beautiful beaches, wide-open spaces and colourful cultures so we’re sharing some expert advice to keep our tourists […]

Tips to secure your workplace

March 23, 2021

Accomplished thieves blend in so well that they are often welcomed into our homes and offices without hesitation. Once they’re there, it is easy for them to steal from us without us even realising it. What they want Many offices have fallen prey to opportunistic crimes. Visitors are allowed to walk through unoccupied offices and […]

These tips will help you stay safe on the roads this Easter

March 19, 2021

South Africa has officially been ranked as the world’s most dangerous country to drive in according to a research study undertaken by international driver education company Zutobi.  That’s an alarming statistic for families planning to hit the roads this Easter. We have a few suggestions to help minimise your risk on the roads:   Do […]

Security tips for your new home office

March 18, 2021

Full-time remote workers are increasingly common and a staggering 70% of global employees work remotely at least once per week which necessitates additional cybersecurity measures to secure data. The coronavirus pandemic and resulting lockdown of many countries means that many organizations and their employees are now in the unfamiliar territory of full-time working from home […]

The five levels of situational awareness

February 15, 2021

There are five levels of situational awareness. Find out what you need to know about your awareness levels and how being more observant can help protect you from pending danger. WHITE: UNAWARE – POTENTIAL VICTIM This is the level of awareness and refers to a state in which you are switched off and unaware of […]

This is what we mean by safe body language

December 12, 2020

Confidence speaks volumes and sends signals about our state of mind to others, whether we’re aware of it or not. It attracts positive attention in the workplace and it sends a strong message to criminals that you are not to be messed with.  Confidence can be projected through body language and by applying some intentional […]

How to stay safe on holiday

December 12, 2020

It has been the strangest year for all of us and it’s taken its toll. For many of us, the holidays are beckoning. Superspreader events across the country have exacerbated the second wave of Coronavirus. There is anxiety about travelling and putting ourselves and others at risk. The question for us now is, how to […]

Good safety habits in your car can save lives

December 12, 2020

Road safety extends beyond the obvious like not driving under the influence. Your behaviour in your vehicle should be conscious and the best advice is to start working on new safety habits in your car to keep you safe on the go. Safety starts with you so work on your general awareness at home, in […]

How to protect yourself from car-jamming

November 12, 2020

Car-jamming is the term we use to describe what happens when criminals use technology to jam the locks of your car when you use your remote to lock the doors. They essentially block the signal and gain access to your vehicle. This is commonly used at malls and in parking lots at airports and hotels […]

What to teach your child to keep them safe

November 12, 2020

The increase of child abductions is a disturbing trend that has parents concerned about the safety of their children. The latest reports reveal brazen attempts to kidnap kids from restaurant tables in broad daylight and at malls across the country. This is what you need to discuss with your children to protect them from child […]

What is in your safety toolbox?

November 12, 2020

Preparedness is the key to protecting yourself.    Do you have any weapons? If you do, do you practice with them often and carry them with you?   Book some self-defence classes for you and your family: Building your fighting or reaction skills is important. With repetition, your muscle memory will change.   Play the […]

How to protect yourself from car hijacking

November 12, 2020

Take action to protect yourself from hijacking. You are most vulnerable: at schools when dropping off or picking up children, at traffic signs or intersections, when you are place and time predictable or have a set routine, and in the driveways of residential areas, especially in areas with accessible escape routes. Protect yourself by being […]