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SANDTON - As the country goes into an energy crisis, security company Securitas has provided a few tips for residents to keep their homes safe during load shedding.
Managing director of Securitas, Sean Kinsey, said load shedding is an unwelcome reality. He added, “We would like to warn our valuable customers to be vigilant of opportunistic criminals during load shedding. Criminals will capitalise on the situation. Observation is key and if you see any type of suspicious behaviour report it immediately.”
Securitas has prepared the following safety precautions for residents and business owners experiencing load shedding:
How will you improve your security during load shedding? Share your tips in the comments section below.
Sandton Police Station: 011-722-4200
Bramley Police Station: 011-445-4100
Fire and ambulance emergencies – 10177 (landline) or 112 (cellphone).