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.
Discover the key security technologies of the future Your world has changed - securing your future is more important than ever before and by leveraging security technologies you drive your business forward. Central to this is your ability to ensure the health, safety and security of your employees and visitors.
There’s no doubt about it, life in the new normal will be different to what we’re accustomed to. That means businesses, communities, and people need to adapt to keep safe and protected, which will undoubtedly present new challenges. Those challenges, however, aren’t challenges that can’t be overcome. Thankfully, you, the protectors of the world, are working harder and smarter to ensure we rise above them.
Workplace Safety: What can retailers learn from security solutions used in other sectors? With many retailers preparing to reopen over the next few weeks and more staff returning to work, we take a look at how security systems and the technologies used in other sectors can help retailers comply with the Government Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance on working safely in shops and branches.
How to leverage security technology to reinforce COVID-19 workplace safety
During the current global pandemic, businesses worldwide have been compelled to adapt to working from home. Like many others, we have taken to setting up offices in living rooms and kitchens with the sole purpose of keeping a business going as close to normal as possible. Working from home always presents an interesting challenge, as it means more distractions and fewer ways to interact in-person to colleagues, and Managers will worry about productivity and whether staff are putting in the hours!
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.