Securing a Future, Together

“I think it’s an issue with the mindset that only old people are suited for security work. When I say that, I mean it not only for the general public but also young people who don’t even consider the line,” said 27-year-old Nor Hazimah Haron, a qualified security supervisor.

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Chan Chun Sing: Changing the Way We View Security

In recent weeks, we have been concerned with various security issues. We’re also aware that much attention has been focused on the training and equipping of our SAF and HOME Team members, and rightly so. But often neglected, is the complementary role that private security personnel play in our ...

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How the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) Works for the Security Sector

As recommended by the Security Tripartite Cluster, the Progressive Wage Model (PWM) for the security sector consists of five levels with different job functions and responsibilities of Security Officers. The recommended starting wage for Security Officers is $1,100 and will increase as the Officer becomes better skilled, more productive and ...

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Road Cleared For Progress

  Over 26,000 resident cleaners in licensed cleaning businesses are now being paid wages according to the Progressive Wage Model. From 1 September 2014, resident (Singaporean and Permanent Resident) cleaners from licensed companies that are deployed under new cleaning contracts entered into on or after 1 April 2014 will ...

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