"Our security personnel are best taken care, so that our clients are well served and satisfied "
Some Safety Tips For Women:
To avoid becoming a victim of rape under the influence
of these drugs, here are a few suggestions for staying aware and alert: Your right to fight.-
- Be wary about accepting drinks from anyone you don't know well
or long enough to trust.
- If you are accepting a drink, make sure it's from an unopened
container and that you open it yourself.
- Don't put your drink down and leave it unattended, even to go to the
- Avoid a person or a situation which does not “feel” safe–you’re
- Pros and
cons. Pepper spray, like other self-defence aids, can be a useful tool.
What if you are confronted by an attacker who demands that you go with
him? It may be in a car or into a deserted side street or into a hedgerow. It
would seem prudent to do as you are told but it should be remembered that you
are far more likely to be killed or seriously hurt if you go with your attacker
than if you run away. At the first opportunity - escape. Run way, scream for
help or better still shout "Fire".
Research has shown that more people will come to your aid or to see
what is going on if you shout "Fire" than if you shout
"Help". Do whatever you can to attract attention to yourself and your
If your attacker is after your personal belongings be it your handbag,
car keys or jewelry, let them have it by throwing it in the opposite direction
of where you run.
Your keys (used to stab if a Mortise key or slash if a Yale key), belt
buckle, shoes (especially high heels), coat (to throw over and disorientate an
attacker giving you a chance to escape), coins (to throw at an attacker's
face), a rolled magazine/newspaper, your handbag - the list is almost endless.
But never depend on any self defence aid or 'weapon' to stop an
attacker. Learn to defend yourself using your own body and your wits. Use your
hands - to strike your attacker with an open hand (slap), the heel of your hand
or the side of your hand (karate chop). Never try to punch your attacker unless
you have been trained to do so as you will inevitably break the small bones in
your fingers as well as a few knuckles. You can also use your elbow, head, knee
or foot but never kick above the knee as your attacker may grab your leg
leaving you off balance.