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23Oct 2017

Garage Doors & Security – Which one is best?

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With the domestic garage containing thousands of pounds worth of expensive equipment such as bikes, tools and vehicles it is essential that it is well protected against thieves and criminals trying to make some easy money.

As such here with the help of leading UK supplier Roller Doors Ltd we take a look in more detail about what different types of garage door are on the market today and how they differ in terms of the level of security that they can offer.

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18May 2017

Which Do I Need CCTV or Security Guards?

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Sometimes, securing a boundary or access points just isn’t enough and surveillance is the key factor in successfully securing your premises. However, the choice between CCTV surveillance with alarm facility or guard services can be considerable, varying not only from company to company, but also in relation to your site. So what are your main options and what should you consider when deciding which is best for your site?

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23Jan 2017

How Safe Is Your Child’s School Gate

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We send our children to school in the belief that they will be entering a safe and secure environment.

The majority of parents probably assume that the school site is subject to rigorous scrutiny – just like a public children’s park – to ensure the physical surroundings represent a hazard free zone.

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18Oct 2016

Gate Safety – Can You Afford To Take The Risk?

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Since 2006 there have been 25 significant accidents / fatalities recorded involving large (generally) automated gates. These fall into two categories, the accident or worse either occurred because the automatic gate had not been installed with the relevant safety features, or, as a result of a mechanical failure, usually involving the gate actually falling on top of the victim.

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11Oct 2016

Electrical Gate Safety – Do You Know The Risks?

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It’s been six years now since the tragic deaths of two children in separate accidents just weeks apart first brought the issue of automated gate safety to the public’s attention.

Both children were crushed by automated gates sited on housing developments and sadly, these were not isolated cases. Since then, a further 18 accidents have been logged in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland, of which 8 resulted in a fatality.

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