Having items taken from your home or your garden is an unpleasant crime and one that some of you may have already experienced. But what can you do to keep your home and garden secure?
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In recent years, we have faced a genuine revolution in the field of business security. The advancement of technology has allowed business owners to increase the level of protection on their premises, with commercial access control becoming a modern trend. In 2018, we can only expect even more modern versions of existent security solutions, whether we are talking about smart locks or any other access control system.
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.
August 2017: Nearly seven years since Gate Safe became the first organisation to initiate a campaign for improved standards in automated gate safety, the charity marked another important milestone, as it celebrated hitting 1,000 installers on its acclaimed national register of Gate Safe Aware Installers – which currently features 459 companies.
The training session at Trade Skills 4 U – the UK’s no 1 provider of electrical training which regularly hosts Gate Safe Aware training – was attended by 17 delegates, including 4 from Acctive Systems, signifying 1,000 trained Gate Safe Aware installers in the UK.
In recognition of this important anniversary, Acctive Systems was provided with a year’s supply of Gate Safe MOT stickers, Gate Safe Aware van stickers and high-vis Gate Safe Aware Installer vests.
Richard Jackson, founder of Gate Safe commented, “When we first launched our IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety & Health) accredited training programme, our intention was always to establish a national register of installers who had undergone the necessary training to enable them to understand the requirements to deliver a safe and compliant automated gate. The training has been especially developed with the installer in mind, the course is easy to understand and not over-complicated by technical jargon; it has a strong practical emphasis and does not put too much pressure on the smaller company, both in terms of financial outlay and time spent out of the business. With such a broad (and consistently growing) spread of installers across the UK, the Gate Safe brand continues to grow both in terms of stature (Gate Safe has been commended by the HSE, is officially supported by 12 credible opinion former bodies and is the leading authority on automated gate safety) and reach.”
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?