How can security help improve safety in the workplace? ‘Stay Alert’ is the new message from the Prime Minister, as he announced initial plans to slowly bring England out of lockdown, with an initial focus on construction and manufacturing businesses reopening.
Many companies worry about the cost of remote video surveillance (CCTV) and alarm monitoring, so we asked a monitoring expert to take a look at the myths surrounding these services and provide some hard facts that might make you look at this in a different light.
With the ongoing challenges surrounding coronavirus, we continue to see a demand in elevated temperature detection devices.
Pre the days of affordable electronic security, manned guarding combined with physical security measures – locks, bolts, fences etc. – was the only security option for most organisations.
If your business is currently experiencing an extended period of shutdown, either enforced or voluntary, there are a few extra precautions you can take, to make sure your property and its contents remain safe until you are able to re-open.
With large swathes of the population currently working from home and commercial premises around the UK closed to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus, remote working has become a new reality for many.
For a truly effective CCTV system, you need to monitor it round the clock to check for suspicious activity; otherwise, your system is mostly a deterrent or there to provide evidence post event (when most people would prefer to prevent the ‘event’ in the first place).
STANLEY Security, one of the UK’s leading security providers, is pleased to announce it will be providing its round the clock safety monitoring and emergency response management services to Blackline Safety customers across the UK and Europe.
Many businesses are having to shut their doors on public access areas and high street locations during the COVID-19 lockdown and we know that this can add to a growing list of worries, particularly about how you can ensure your business premises are secured during any extended shut down or closure period. Under normal circumstances, we would recommend undertaking a security assessment with your security provider to ensure all aspects are covered and to identify any particular security risks that need to be addressed.