Company Background

Our main office is situated in the southern suburbs of Johannesburg, and we wish to open our offices in all nine provinces. Our business product and services includes security services, Scheme Security Service is 100% black owned company that was formed in 2002. The company is registered as a close corporation (ck/2002/031502/23) and the organization has one director and one female partner who hold 10% share holding power, exempted micro enterprise broad based BEE level 3 contributor. Our director being Innocent Mncube who holds a Grade A PSIRA certificate, NQF level 5, he is also SASSETA accredited Assessor.

Our Principal Business

Scheme security offers the following services Security, Gardening, cleaning, construction and others.


Our Vision and Mission

Our vision is to provide top of the range cost effective services in the security industry, in addition to this, we understand the importance of deadline, budget, and quality service and product delivery.

Human Resources

All SCHEME SECURTITY personnel are carefully screened, thoroughly trained and continually evaluated.
Typical Profile of Our Security Officers:

  • PSIRA registered
  • Trained at accredited training centers
  • No criminal records
  • Undergo continuous training
  • Trained on site to client’s special needs
  • Employment background checks
  • Always neatly dressed in uniform
  • Honest, friendly and well groomed

Recruitment and selection

We have intensive selection and recruitment processed, whereby applicants are subjected to a through procedure of selection through interviews, check criminal record by SAPS fingerprinting, and PSIRA clearance in terms of section 21 of the Private Security Regulation Act, 2001 (Act No. 56 of 2001).

Disciplinary Procedures

Due to the nature of the industry Scheme Security operates a very strict disciplinary procedure in order to further the aim and objectives of the company. Accordingly, the company will not fail or refuses to carry out his duties and fulfills his/her obligations, or alternatively who is reasonably proven to have breached the company code of conduct.