Last year saw the SSAIB introduce a Code of Practice for temporary alarms, which are designed to help properly protect a range of vulnerable sites and assist in safeguarding construction areas, vacant premises and other buildings from the risk of squatters, arson, theft or criminal damage. SSAIB News (Issue 45) also unveils a new scheme for scaffolding alarm systems for organisations that design, install, maintain and repair alarm systems intended to detect unauthorised access to scaffolding. The code is based on the requirements of an SSAIB Code of Practice – SS2006 and includes two grades of system: Standard and Enhanced., with the latter relating to alarm systems linked to Alarm Receiving Centres and complying with BS 5979 Category II.
Secure Site (UK) Ltd designs, installs, maintains and repairs temporary alarms for vulnerable buildings as well as scaffolding systems, from as little as £10 per day rental, with full monitoring 24/7 by an Alarm Receiving Centre and an optional mobile response to any confirmed activations.
For further details or a free site visit and advice, contact Secure Site on 08456 13 13 12 or leave a comment below.