Category: Physical security

Why Your Business Needs a Fireproof Safe

Sep 16, 2020

If you are looking to protect your valuables, business documents and cash, not just from theft, but also from the threat of destruction by fire or heat damage, you’re going to need a fire safe. How fireproof safes work in terms of levels of protection and fire rating, and precisely why your business needs a fire rated safe, are what we’re looking at in this article. (more…)

Garden Security Solutions London Homeowners Should Invest In

Jun 10, 2020

The past few months have seen many people start to really invest in their homes. It really is no wonder. Our abodes have become our havens; our workplaces, our home schools. A socially distant place to gather, especially in our gardens which have developed into safe places to get together with friends and family. If you have recently made an investment in beautifying your garden, you will naturally want to protect that investment. Here are our experts’ top picks of the best garden security systems London homeowners who value their homes would be wise to consider. (more…)

Secure Your Premises During Lockdown to Combat Surge in Break-ins

Apr 15, 2020

Since the coronavirus lockdown was put in force, the UK police force has found itself having to ramp up its night patrols throughout empty town and city centres as opportunistic intruders target construction sites, shops, restaurants, pubs and other commercial premises. (more…)

The Physical Security Guide to Working From Home

Apr 09, 2020

With so many people now working from home to help limit the spread of COVID-19, employers have naturally had a number of challenges to face when it comes to complying with data protection legislation.

The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released a statement around the subject of data protection and coronavirus to help business owners better understand what is expected of them during these extraordinary times. (more…)

Workplace Security Drills – a Useful Checklist

Mar 12, 2020

All workplaces need to plan for emergencies such as fires, floods, terrorist threats, serious injuries and violent attack, as well as other incidents more specific to particular types of working environment, such as chemical spills and radioactivity release. With a plan in place and regular drills carried out, everyone will know how to react should the need arise. This may help to ease the situation and reduce the impact of the consequences. (more…)

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