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CCTV for Security Services

CCTV for security services is essential for Guarding. In the old days most of the CCTV system was running on analogue system that means it runs on low resolution and less frame per second. Today the security system are rather easy and cheaper to set up.
Blue i Security believe security guarding should be accompanied with guards and technology thus CCTV comes in first in the list. When we deploy our security guards into our customer’s premise Bluei will ensure that the security surveillance are in place if not we will set it up ourselves (depending on the understanding and terms with customers).

Our priority is
1. Ensure that the security guard house is equipped with HD CCTV cameras.
2. Entrance and Exit of the premise is covered with HD cameras
3. Perimeters are secured with HD cameras
4. The valuables are covered with HD CCTV cameras.
5. Covers the areas that is risky or prone to break in.

CCTV System should be able to
1. Record at HD quality for more than 1 month.
2. Alarm the guards if the restricted area is breached.
3. Record remotely so if the recorder is destroyed you are still able to get the evidence from the remote server.
4. Able to view the cameras remotely from the security control room via internet.

Blue i has been successful in deploying CCTV for Security Service purposes.

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Nepal Security Guards in Malaysia

Nepalese Gurkha Guards are respected guards in Malaysia due to their legacy during the colonization of the British empire in Malaya (Malaysia’s old name). The Malaysian Government recognized their services and therefore only allow Nepalese as guards in Malaysia. We still have Gurkha Malaysia Army Company in Malaysia.

Today the Nepalese Ex Military and Ex Police are taken into Malaysia to be Security Guards. No other nationalities can come in but the Nepalese.

The Nepalese Guards are known for their discipline and Hard work. In the past history, The Gurkhas would sacrifice their lives for security during the communist invasion in Malaysia.

In our company Blue-I, we ensure that we hire the Nepalese Ex Military and Ex Police as our guards. Our clients choose them for their services because they are affordable and reliable. We have successfully employed almost 150 guards. Most of these guards can speak Hindi and a little English. Once we hire them, We then train them to speak English and Basic Bahasa Malaysia.
After the linguistic training we then proceed to give them field training. Despite being an Ex Army, we at Blue-I still ensure that they learn the Standard Operating Procedure(SOP). Blue I provides Free Hostel with cooking facilities so they can cook their local foods. Our Supervisor does the marketing for their cooking needs.

We always have positive feedbacks about our trained Nepalese Guards. We believe in taking care of our Nepal Guards and we make sure their needs are taken care, either in Malaysia or in Nepal. Our Nepal guards have been here for the last 3 years. And their fully committed to working with our company, Blue-I.

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Security Guard Top 10 Gears

Security guards carry lots of gear, and any good guards will have the equipment required to protect not only themselves, but the property they are assigned to. Here’s a list of the top 10 pieces of equipment that most security officers will have.

1. Torchlight

A flashlight is one of the most important pieces of equipment that a security guard can carry.
Even if you’re assigned to a day job where a flashlight may not seem necessary, it’s still important to be equipped with one because certain scenarios may require some extra light to help you see, and you never want to go into a dark location without one.
Furthermore, a flashlight can be used for protection. Many flashlights that security officers carry are heavy duty, long metal flashlights that could potentially be used as a striking device.
No special training is needed in order to carry a flashlight, although there are training programs that you can enroll in that may teach you how to effectively use one in a combat situation.
Most security officers (and police officers too!) carry a Maglite flashlight because of their durability, bright light, and solidness.

2. Security Baton
Batons are another important piece of equipment that patrolling officer use to protect themselves. More importantly, however, they are a weapon that can keep a property safe without even being used. Just the fact that you have one in your belt that people can see will usually be enough to make sure things stay calm. People know that if you were to pull this weapon out, it could definitely do some damage.
In most states, however, you will be required to complete a training course specialized for handling a baton before you can legally carry one while on duty. Some companies may require that you complete this training before you are hired.

3. Boots
A good pair of security guard boots is extremely important.
Most security guards I’ve spoken to say that a good pair of boots can make the difference between coming home with sore legs and a sore back, and coming home comfortable without any aches and pains.
Because most security guards spend their shifts walking around on patrol, a pair of durable boots will last a lifetime. A cheap pair will not only end up hurting you, but will also wear out and you’ll find yourself having to buy a new pair at least twice a year.
Most uniforms require a pair of black boots, but you’ll want to check with your employer first before investing in some quality boots for yourself and your feet.

4. Security Guard Belt
Security Guard Belt The security guard belt is another important piece of equipment for any serious security guard. It makes carrying all of the pieces of equipment listed here (and more) much much easier.
The last thing a security officer wants to do is fumble around looking for his/her flashlight or pepper spray when they need it most.
Belts usually come with extra pieces that slide or clip on so you can attach additional pieces of equipment on it.

5. Pepper Spray
A security guard should definitely look into being equipped with pepper spray because it is one of the best ways to temporarily repress an attacker or unlawful individual, without actually causing any permanent damage to that individual.
Although civilians are allowed to purchase pepper spray for protection (i.e. for students and hikers), police officers and security guards may need to undergo pepper spray training in order to understand how and when to properly use it while on duty. Please check with your employer as far as requirements in order to use pepper spray.

6. A Cell Phone
All security guards should carry a cell phone. Although much of the communication you will do as a security officer may be through a walkie-talkie or other radio type device, a cell phone will give you the ability to quickly call the proper authorities or fire department when required to.
Before your first day on duty, put all of the most important numbers into your address book on your phone, or even better, into speed dial so they can be dialed almost immediately.

7. Security Vest with reflector
Many security guards work in bad climates where it is dark and might not be so clear of their present. Not only it keeps them warm during the cold nights it also indicates the present of the guards.

8. Digital Camera
A digital camera can be a security guard’s best friend, especially if it has video capabilities. The pictures and videos that you take can make it so much easier for you to describe different events and situations that arise, especially if you’re forced to go to court to testify.
You can take pictures of property, people, vehicles, crime scenes – almost anything you can think of that is pertinent to your job and the reports that you write up.

9. Whistle
A whistle is probably the smallest and most essential gears that a security personnel should posses. One that witnessing a crime should find away to notify by blowing it, This alarm the security team at work.

10. A Mini-First Aid Kit
A mini-first aid kit is perfect for security guards to have, not only for themselves, but for the people in and around the location that they are assigned to.
For example, if you’re working in a retail area and someone comes up to you asking for a band-aid (which they will do – you are the most visible person who people can easily walk up to for help), the last thing you want to do is waste time trying to find one. If you have a kit on hand, you can help out any person in need, and get back to your duty and patrol as soon as possible.

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