Archive: January 2016

Enhancing and Securing Luxury Property

Jan 15, 2016

It probably comes as no surprise that high value luxury property poses an elevated risk in terms of security. As an owner of such property, you will no doubt be prepared to invest wisely in robust systems that offer the strongest levels of protection possible, but of course you are going to want to keep one eye firmly on aesthetics, because the last thing you want to do is impair the visual appeal of the home that you have invested so much care and attention into design wise.

The good news is there are a growing number of security measures that have been designed with maintaining the look of prestige property in mind, and we’ll start by taking a look at two of them in this post. (more…)

Security as a Health and Safety Issue

Jan 08, 2016

Security is one of the factors that must form part of a health and safety risk assessment. All employers have a duty to ensure, as far as is reasonably practicable, that their premises are a safe place for their staff and visitors to be.

In conducting a risk assessment for security purposes, your aim is to determine the best methods by which to control risks to security. This should cover all times, including when the premises are closed. In fact, the process of closing down a building should form a part of the assessment. (more…)

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