Southern Africa Institute Of Security And Risk Management
Southern Africa Institute of Security and Risk Management (SAISRM) was founded by Doctor Bobby Ndungu in 2007 and registered with the Deeds office in 2013 bringing with it professional standards and professionalism in private and commercial security training and consultancy fields in Zimbabwe and beyond.
Our exceptional Consultancy work, training and customizable curriculum have earned numerous commendations from our clients, as well as the state, and local law-enforcement agencies.
Recognizing that a well-trained and fully prepared security practitioner is the key to successful asset protection, our comprehensive and innovative training programs are the foundation of our service. Our exceptional training and customizable curriculum have earned numerous commendations from our clients, as well as the state, and local law-enforcement agencies.
The SAISRM founders continue to guide the institute by working closely with the regulatory authorities, our clients, students, and surrounding communities.
To become the leading provider of Security and Risk Management Consultancy services and security,
Loss Prevention and Risk Management Training Service Provider of choice in Zimbabwe and beyond.
To design, develop and market security risk assessments and audits, security, loss prevention and investigations training programs and services to both the private and public sectors. This will be achieved through provision of quality security consultancy, security education and security training services in order to improve our stakeholders’ business.
We are guided by the following values:
- Continuous learning
- Client satisfaction
To carry out the above mission, SAISRM has established the following objectives:
a. To provide high quality consultancy services in Security and risk management to the satisfaction of our clients.
b. To promote the status of the security and risk professional and to enhance the image of the security and risk industry in the eyes of the public.
c. To provide a representative body for supervisory and management of personnel in the security and risk industry.
d. To link closely with the other providers of security and risk regionally and internationally.
e. To liaise with other associations and bodies relating to the security and risk industry.
f. To represent the interest of the members of the Association.
g. To develop forums whereby knowledge, expertise and ideas can be exchanged to the mutual benefit of all.
h. To provide advice and guidance on a wide range of security and risk matters.
i. To establish formal representation on relevant bodies such as the Security Officers’ Board.
j. To provide regular seminars, meetings and exhibitions for the dissemination of information.
k. To develop a wide range of benefits to address the needs of members.