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Construction Site Security: Meeting Covid-19 Compliance

Improving your access control procedures and technology could help detect coronavirus symptoms before workers enter a construction site. This may control the spread of infection. There’s no doubt that meeting Covid-19 compliance on your construction site has become a vital security measure. These ‘uncharted waters’ are forcing many managers to question, What should I be…

International Security Officers' Day

Saying ‘Thank you’ on International Security Officers’ Day

As long-term security guard providers, we’re delighted to see the BSIA (British Security Industry Association), the UK Security Commonwealth and the Security Institute team-up with their counterparts in the USA and Australia to highlight International Security Officers’ Day. A ‘red letter day’ for the security industry Today, these organisations and more are calling-upon security companies,…

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Preparing a Property to Become Vacant

There are various different measures to be taken when preparing a property to become empty or vacant, beyond the realms of typical vacant property security options, all of which go some way in helping to secure it from damage when unoccupied. It can be a worrisome and stressful time for anyone planning to leave their…

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Why Protecting Construction Sites is Important

Construction sites can be dangerous and vulnerable places, especially as they are generally located in a public place or other busy area. They have the potential to not only be damaged and vandalised, but they also pose the risk of harming others who enter them. Therefore, sufficient measures of protection are vital for all construction sites,…