on 10 Mar 20
Although Namibia is ranked as one of the 100 most peaceful countries in the world, it is always good to be vigilant. G4S are experts in this field and gave us 12 safety tips you can easily apply in your daily lives to ensure the safety of your family and possessions.
1. Keep away from dark alleys when going out at night.
2. Find out about the safety situation of an area when you are a newcomer.
3. Ladies should always carry handbags and/or purses close to their person.
4. Never leave valuable items in your vehicle for all to see.
5. Make sure when parking in town that your vehicle’s doors are locked before walking away, especially with remote closing.
6. Always lock your car doors when driving.When you are approached by strangers, drive away immediately and press the horn.
7. Never stop at an unknown person pointing at your vehicle.Rather drive to a safe place, then stop and check.
8. If you are being followed, drive to the nearest police station, police – or security vehicle.
9. If you spot an object in the road while driving, do not stop. Proceed and call the police.
10. When driving underneath a bridge, change lanes to avoid someone throwing objects from above to force you to stop.
11. Have your keys ready when you approach your vehicle.
12. Children should never talk to or go anywhere with strangers.
If you need any assistance or would like to know more about G4S services, please contact:
G4S Walvis Bay (064) 213 922
G4S Swakopmund (064) 415 300
G4S Henties Bay (064) 500 407
G4S Windhoek (landline) 93111
G4S Windhoek (mobile) 081 93111
G4S Windhoek (office hours) (061) 299 828
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