Ensure your safety during Statistics South Africa’s nationwide population and housing CENSUS this February.
Due to a recent spike in vehicle-related crime incidents; we thought it well to share some safety tips with the Randburg Community.
It’s unfortunate that we have to warn the Randburg community of a recent increase in theft of mag wheels and tyres.
At Trojan, your safety is our biggest concern! That’s why we would like to share some helpful tips that you could implement to make life in the dark a bit easier.
Eskom has once again caught South Africans off-guard with their latest implementation of load shedding (which has now transpired from Stage 2 to Stage 4). With the Covid-19 Pandemic not having left us yet, many are still working from home.
It’s often shown that security-conscious children grow into safety-aware adults. At Trojan Security, we value the safety of our clients and their children, that’s why we would like to highlight a few important safety measures to discuss with your young ones:
Roofs can often be overlooked when security systems are put in place and yet they are often used as access point to intrude a building. Installing a sensor in the roof as a preventative measure can really help in cutting down the risk.
Often in the event of an emergency, there are no second chances. Your Alarm System must work flawlessly when needed. That’s why we would like to urge our loyal Trojan customers to always keep in mind that periodic testing of your alarm system is essential.
At Trojan Security, we understand that many South Africans are excited about that much-needed breakaway. However, we also understand the need for good security measures to ensure the safety of your home while you are away relaxing.
With the Covid-19 pandemic causing a shift in our daily working routines and leading to all the more remote working situations, it’s important to remember the need to secure yourself and your equipment when you’re working from home.