Keyholding & Alarm Response
Our fully trained and SIA Licensed security officers are on call around the clock to respond to emergency and non-emergency requirements, taking on the responsibility as your first line of defence against any potential threat to your premises, property and staff. On receiving the call from the monitoring station we despatch a security officer to inspect the premises and once there carry out an external patrol to ensure there are no signs of a break-in. If there are, we will call the police and only enter once they are present. We will also call your company contact to inform them of the above if required to do so.
As part of our keyholding service, we liaise with your choice of emergency repair company or, when authorised by you, will coordinate our own teams to re-secure the premises, including repairing or replacing locks, to minimise disruption to your business.
If there are no signs of a break-in we enter the building and identify what has triggered the alarm, liaising with your alarm engineer for any re-set codes, staying at the premises until the alarm has been set and the building armed and locked.
Lone Worker Security Escort
In addition, we can provide lone worker support with a security escort, both on and off site and can assist your staff in identifying the reason the reason for the alarm activation and help them re-secure the premises when required. All events and outcomes are logged by our control room and reported to you. All the keys we hold for our clients are kept in a secure safe within the response vehicle and the keys are uniquely coded so they do not identify or link to specific addresses.
Open and Close Services
Open and close services are ideal for the customer who can’t always be available to open and close their premises each day. This service not only relieves the pressure of responsibility on staff who are uncomfortable to be left on their own with this job, but also gives peace of mind for the owner, knowing their business is open on time and secured every day.