Preventing unauthorised access to a site helps protect premises and the people and assets within them, mostly from damage or theft. At the same time, it may also act as a safety measure, preventing people from going near a potentially dangerous area or equipment.
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How to leverage security technology to reinforce COVID-19 workplace safety
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.
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.
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).