Basic baton training for security guards

Aviset Security and Training Solutions trainer, Max Ananuka, who trained six Mainland Holdings security guards on the basic use of baton, said many firms were operating illegally without providing proper training to their static guards.

He said the security firms should comply with the National Securities Authority bylaws.

Pom businesses join in Games Relay

Companies including Digicel Play, SP Brewery, BSP, Coca Cola, Courts, Brian Bell and Datec were part of the relay.

The Baton passed through Gordons, Five Mile, East Boroko, Three Mile and Boroko before the Relay ended at Jack Pidik Park.

The relay kicked off with Digicel Play runner Simm-Badd Bieb in front of the Digicel PNG office before it was handed over to staff of Coca Cola.

Bieb was proud to be part of the relay and said the feeling was overwhelming with the crowd running beside him.

Games Relay to end 100 days journey this Friday

The ceremony will begin at 5pm when the baton will be received on its arrival by NCDC Governor Powes Parkop.

This ceremony is open and free to the public. Everyone is invited to come along and share the relay’s final leg with a celebration.

Gates open at 4pm with 15,000 seats available. Parking for the public will be located at the oval opposite the stadium with security provided.

Residents of Port Moresby are encouraged to come along and be part of this event that has shared the experience of the 2015 Pacific Games.