New premises, enhanced security

2016-09-22 06:00
PHOTO: Precious gumede Maser Force Security owners Anthony Apostolides (left) and Joffre Hannaway.

PHOTO: Precious gumede Maser Force Security owners Anthony Apostolides (left) and Joffre Hannaway.

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MASER Force Security is moving to new premises at 979 Marine Driver as from 23 September, making it more visible to its clients and potential customers.

The security company has made a lot of changes to enhance the quality of service its clients receive as their security provider.

Masers owners Antony Apostolate and Joffre Hannaway said one of the changes is to shift from reactive security providers to a proactive security provider.

“Our clients will witness the visibility of our vehicles doing regular patrols through the various areas and stopping suspicious looking characters and questioning them. This will increase our visibility in our clients’ areas and hopefully will act as an increased deterrent to potential criminals wanting to create trouble,” said Apostoldes.

The security provider has also employed two managers who will regularly check in two areas and ensure its reaction officers give clients the service they deserve.

“Both managers come from a military background and are highly trained. Extra technical staff have also been employed and have lessened the load on the existing technicians.”

Maser urges clients to make use of its technicians and not use private contractors as they will not take responsibility for any faults to security systems especially if it has been worked on by someone else other than Maser Security technicians.

The security provider has also improved the way they access a client’s property by introducing its guard cell system which enables them to install a receiver onto the client’s gate, and which can only be accessed by a Masers Armed Response or supervisor vehicles by means of encrypted code, stored in the control room and transmitted by a keypad in their vehicles.

Apostolides said they encourage clients to have this system installed on their electric gates as the upside is that access to the properties will much more secure.

“Maser would like to thank clients for the continuous support and looks forward to making a difference to the safety and security of its clients and their possessions in general.

“We are more than confident that these changes will make a big difference to the community and will lead to a reduction of crime.”

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