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East Africa Energy Infrastructure Security 2015 Forum focuses on growing security concerns in the region

Forum aimed at discussing pressing security concerns affecting the East African region Securing critical infrastructure has become crucial in recent years for companies operating within risk areas. Senior level security experts from oil and gas and construction companies gathered three weeks ago in Nairobi to discuss pressing security concerns affecting the East African region. The meeting was opened on the first day by Charles Mbuvi, Head of Security at VIVO Energy Afri...

Energy Infrastructure Security 2015 Forum to cover security concerns affecting East Africa region

Cooperation with local communities, maritime security, latest technology will be some of the topics covered at the Forum Senior level Security Representatives will gather at the East Africa Energy Infrastructure Security 2015 Forum on 4-5 February to discuss the most pressing security concerns affecting the sector in Africa’s Eastern region. Cooperation with local communities, security of teams and assets, pipeline sabotage prevention, terrorism, maritime security and la...

BG Group commissions Warrior Security to secure oil and gas assets across Tanzania

Warrior’s security arrangement with BG includes alarm and CCTV systems and the provision of a substantial guard service “We are delighted at Warrior Security to have been commissioned to provide a range of security solutions to multinational gas and oil giants BG Group. Our provision of services for the British-based company commenced on September 1st at locations across Tanzania that include Lindi, Mtwara and Dar es Salaam.” The hydrocarbon industry bri...

Warrior security reports loss free quarter at Tanga cement company in Tanzania

Warrior Security was the first company of its type to achieve third party accreditation to ISO 9001:2008 quality assurance in South Sudan The recent first quarterly appraisal this year of Warrior performance at the prestigious Tanga Cement company in Tanzania, revealed a third quarter in a row without any verified loss to the client resulting from external theft. Warrior operates systems and processes in accordance with ISO 9001:2008, the requirement of which is to analyse in...

Warrior Security invests in recruitment of women in security and managerial positions across Africa

Warrior's Security training course combines both classroom and practical exercises Pan African Security Company Warrior Security has invested in the recruitment of women in security and managerial positions in a bid to create diversity in its workforce and provide more jobs for women, at a time when security studies show women achieve similar results when responding to violent crime situations, are less likely to engage in unprofessional behaviour, have just as good attendanc...

Warrior Security designs and implements security system tailored to secure mines

Warrior’s services combine perimeter control, video surveillance and intelligence gathering analysis As mining activities in East African nations intensifies occasioned by finds in oil gas niobium, rare earth and gold, mining companies are now grappling with a new headache of protecting the precious commodities while taking care of staff as organised crimes find cash cows in these mines. But security companies like Warrior Security Limited aware of the ticking time bom...

Warrior Security launches its new tracking system which provides car movement records to fleet managers

Self-driven hire cars are among the rising targets for car theft syndicates that have stolen hundreds of cars from Kenya. Reports indicate that International theft rings operating in Kenya and Tanzania are now, on average, smuggling about 10 vehicles a day from Kenya's major cities and towns to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi and Malawi via Tanzania and Uganda. Some models of cars with versatile parts can generate more funds than the car itself is worth. Many car owners look for insur...

Warrior Security brings training and recruiting opportunities to South Sudan

Warrior through its HR has been able to utilise foreign expertise to train South Sudanese nationals Awol D'Awol is a man who represents the beginning of a new generation of South Sudanese nationals now moving into corporate management in their homeland. The long conflict in South Sudan left the country in a desperate need of a skilled workforce to secure its future and generate adequate livelihoods for its population. The starting point has been a rural labour force that...

Warrior Security's CEO declares the need to protect mines and its personnel against crimes at Great Rift Valley Mining Summit

Asset theft and illegal mining continue to threaten security personnel and employees at mines Speaking during the Great Rift Valley Mining Summit held recently in Dar es Salaam, Warrior Security Ltd, CEO Major Tony Sugden, declared the need for mines to have proper security systems with credible, capable staff, who can protect not only mines but also the personnel working on site. “Mines and their subcontractors are often the only truly meaningful commercial entity in t...

Warrior Security launches tailored mining security services in East Africa

Warrior implements a security system tailored to each mining project, leaving clients free to concentrate core activities Sub-Saharan African security company, Warrior Security Limited has launched tailored mining security services in East Africa, as finds in oil, gas, niobium, rare earths and gold in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania expose companies to increasing risks from intruders. “Most mining sites are in remote areas making them vulnerable to attacks by intruders,&rdqu...