SECURING THE SKILLS FOR A BETTER LIFE by Admin

Posted on 10/10/2016 12:00:00 PM



Safeguarding Opportunities With PWM

As Singapore’s population continues to expand, the security sector’s role in keeping watch over our lives and assets has become increasingly important. It is a sector which has been growing and one that is constantly upgrading its workforce to keep up with rising threats.

That is why Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) like Metropolis Security Systems Pte Ltd are committed to retaining quality security personnel and making sure that they are equipped with the necessary skills to improve productivity, while keeping their business manpower lean.

The Security PWM is a five-level career progression ladder that specifies training and wages based on job responsibilities and skills requirements. Since the introduction of the Security PWM, Metropolis Security Systems Pte Ltd has been sending their security personnel for training to enhance their skills and professionalism.

Taking Ownership For Career Development

26-year-old Ms Nur Safinah Binte Haszeman, a Security Supervisor at Metropolis Security Systems Pte Ltd is redefining the role women play in the security sector. Protecting others is second nature to Nur Safinah. As a former Police Officer in the Singapore Police Force, she has contributed to making Singapore a safer place. Although she has tried exploring other careers in different industries, Nur Safinah eventually realised that her true passion still lies in the security sector.


Reference: http://www.wsg.gov.sg/

Reference: http://www.straitstimes.com/

Client Testimonial

We take pleasure to extend our appreciation for your security services rendered to us during the past year, especially your regular day and nightguards Mr Thomas Lee Kim Pong and Mr Koh Liam Poh who are both helpful and polite. In particular; we wish to highlight that your guarding services are carried out according to our requirements. A good example that demonstrated the ejfectiveness of the services was Qing Ming Festival earlier this year which we required additional guards to manage the thousands ofpeople coming into the columbarium.

President
Singapore Kwong Wai Siew Peck San Theng