1SC Guarding Media Centre.

Welcome to 1SC Guarding's Media Centre. Here you'll find the latest company news, industry news and blog posts.  Make sure to follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.


Charles Manson, the repulsive, notorious cult leader directed his followers to commit a string of brutal murders, and who became a symbol of the dark side of 1960s, has died aged 83.


In 1969, his followers, known as the Manson family, killed seven people. He was sentenced to death in 1971. The serial killer sadly died of natural causes on Sunday rather than being strung and tortured to death which he deserved.


Continue reading
Tagged in: Charles Dead Killer Manson


BBC Children in Need is back and better than ever, with an all-star line-up consisting of Tess Daly, Graham Norton, Mel Giedroyc, Ade Adepitan and Rochelle and Marvin Humes will guide us through a night of dazzling entertainment and aim to raise millions of pounds for the UK’s children in who are in need.


Do your part by donating as much or as little to this great cause tomorrow at 7:30pm. Your money will go to support projects who help support vulnerable and disadvantaged children and teenagers all over the UK. Since the show first aired it has raised a whopping, £890m which had helped make a difference.


Continue reading
Tagged in: 2017 BBC Children In Need
in 1SC News 104 0


According to the office of National Statics (ONS) men earned 18.1% more than women in April 2016, but is this the real case?
The pay gap isn't the same as equal pay. Equal pay - that men and women doing the same job should be paid the same - has been a legal requirement for 47 years

The BBC reveal that about two-thirds of stars earning more than £150,000 are male, compared to one-third female. The BBC have chosen to demonstrate its figures by comparing Claudia Winkelman as the best-paid woman against Chris Evans an extremely clever, funny, talented and wealthy man in his own right? How can this ever be considered as comparable? No wonder figures look massaged

Salary is decided on a range of factors, from experience/talent and ability to attract business, could it just be there are more men than woman who can do this at present? It’s just a thought! 
Women were only allowed to start working in the 1920’s before this, they were told they had to stay at home and look after the kids, cook and clean whilst the husband was the breadwinner, therefore woman have a little catching up to do, and rightly so, they are catching up.

Source BBC news

in 1SC News 119 0

© Copyright 2018 1SC Guarding Ltd