Residential security risk – Handbook of 2022

Residential security risk-Below we have attached three links that form part of one publication, “The Resident’s Handbook of 2022.”

The first link will take you to the PDF version of the entire magazine. https://print.securitysa.com/digital/1415/files/1415.pdf?a

The second link will take you to the article about Security Risk Assessments based on an interview with the Editor of the magazine.

https://www.securitysa.com/17348r

The third link is an article that discusses the “Human Key”. In this article, we explain what the human key is.

https://www.securitysa.com/17349r

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Residential security risk
https://print.securitysa.com/digital/1415/files/1415.pdf?a

It is vital to remember that a Security Risk Assessment is the start of your security. It’s important to understand if you do not have a Residential Security Risk assessment, you don’t know what your security risks are. In addition to this, not having a Security Risk Assessment means that you will not know if your security measures will work to eliminate these risks.


In effect Estate directors can learn from residential security risk assessments, which help them make smart choices and give them a plan for how to deal with security risks. One of the most important ideas in security is risk assessment. However, most estates don’t have organized security meetings or minutes, and they don’t put security education for residents at the top of their list of priorities when things go wrong.

Control rooms in residential estates.

Control rooms in some estates are understaffed and improperly managed, with one or two workers doing everything,  answering phone calls.  This reduces effectiveness. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and security policies for estates are out dated. Frequently copied from other sources without being customized. These SOPs are not from the twenty-first century.

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