Revamp for hospital security

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  • Thursday, 23 Aug 2012

Keeping vigilant: Chico Force staff members Mohd Yusu Mohd Yusof (right) and M. Mathiyalagan monitoring the CCTV cameras at the control room at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah in Klang.

KLANG: A Health Ministry pilot project to revamp security at government hospitals is under way, with the effort at Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah (HTAR) yielding positive results.

Although the number of security guards at HTAR has been reduced from 265 to 100, this has been made up with 95 advanced CCTVs installed.

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