KUALA LUMPUR, 19 April 2019 – Allianz Malaysia recently return with its successful REACT Crime Survival Programme to equip its employees with crime prevention and survival skills.
Crime Statistics, Malaysia, 2018 reported a total of 77,802 cases of property crimes and 21,366 cases of violent crimes happened in 2017. The same year also saw 42,160 car thefts, 16,200 break-ins, 14,128 robberies, and 239 snatch theft incidents.
Safety activist and emergency survival trainer Captain K. Bala Supramaniam conducted the REACT crime and survival programme which took place at the Company’s Head Office at Menara Allianz Sentral with the attendance of 69 employees. The programme promotes and emphasized on skills and techniques that can be used when facing snatch theft attempts, mugging, violent attacks, and carjacking as well as virtual kidnapping and luggage tempering. The programme also highlighted safety tips one can adopt when at a petrol station, car park, or during an ATM withdrawal as well as when using a taxi or e-hailing service.