Warehouse Security Solutions

Apr 19, 2018

Warehousing facilities, packed with stock, are prime targets for thieves, especially when that stock is of high value. When planning your warehouse security, it is vital to consider all angles, bearing in mind that not all theft is down to external sources. Here we are taking a look at security measures specific to warehousing, including solutions designed to protect stock from the inside out. (more…)

Time to Spring Clean Your Security!

Apr 04, 2018

Spring is upon us at last. It’s a great time for clearing out the old and bringing in the new to make your home or workspace look and feel lighter and brighter. So, whilst you’re cleaning, re-decorating or re-vamping, how about a springtime review of your security? There’s no better time to check your home or business premises are safe and secure! (more…)

Equality in Security: How to Stay Compliant

Mar 14, 2018

The Equality Act 2010 makes it illegal for employers and premises owners to discriminate against workers and visitors because of a disability. Aside from various other areas, the Act provides that employers and premises owners must make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to avoid placing a person with a disability at a disadvantage.

In this post we are going to take a look at how the Equality Act applies in terms of security measures. (more…)

How Safe is your Safe? The Importance of Fixing your Safe in Place.

Mar 08, 2018

A common question asked of security professionals is, how long does it take to crack a safe? The answer? As long as it takes. Given time, thieves will find a way into a safe. The solution? Don’t give them the time. In other words, don’t allow the opportunity for a thief to take a safe away. (more…)

Five Things that Make a Home Attractive to Thieves

Feb 14, 2018

According to research undertaken by Asda Money, it is not during the night that homes are more likely to be broken into. In fact, the majority of domestic burglaries occur between the hours of 6am and 12pm, with tech – in particular the iPad – the most common items targeted.

Perhaps the most alarming thing revealed by the research though has to be that a large number of break-ins are down to forgetfulness, with unlocked doors proving to be the most popular point of access. (more…)

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