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2015.02.25
Guardian of Life and Property

The security staff at HKUST is not always visible, but they are always on alert and keeping an eye on everything. If you do have a chance to meet them, the first people you might see are Mr Bruce Ng, Senior Security Officer and Mr Raymond Ng, Security Officer from the Security Office. As the first key contacts on campus, the security staff deal with different kinds of emergency issues including student injuries, lab incidents, fire, flooding and civil disturbances. In some emergency cases, they are in a race against time and must make critical decisions to take action before the arrival of police, fireman, or ambulances. Without their expert coordination, the emergency teams would have no idea how to get around on campus or react accordingly. 

Mr Bruce Ng and Mr Raymond Ng have worked on this campus for two years, and they both enjoy the spectacular environment and clean air. In particular, Bruce loves water sports and is a member of staff dragon boat team. He was recently awarded as the best staff sports member. 

In their day-to-day work, Raymond feels good when assisting students and staff finding their lost items. The amount of lost items was a surprise to Bruce; he did not expect so many students to leave their personal belongings in the library, though he later found out that it is quite common in most universities. They both cheer on the students as they work towards their degrees, but have some words of advice as well: “Look after your own belongings and cherish our campus environment!”

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Mr Bruce Ng and Mr Raymond Ng have worked on this campus as security staff for two years, and they both enjoy the spectacular environment and clean air.
The security staff at HKUST is not always visible, but they are always on alert and keeping an eye on everything.
Raymond feels good when assisting students and staff finding their lost items. The amount of lost items was a surprise to Bruce.
They have some words of advice for our students, “Look after your own belongings and cherish our campus environment!”

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