Secure your business

  • Access control

    Access control systems can be security systems, building management systems, evacuation systems, personnel management systems. An electronic access control system controls the movement of people in and out of a building and can keep a log of the doors used, how often they are used and by whom.

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  • Alarms and monitoring

    The installation of an alarm system is a vital investment in protecting property and possessions. When you combine this investment with a back to base alarm monitoring you can turn your alarm into an even more effective security system.

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  • Biometrics

    A growing area of security is biometrics, which involves a measurable, physical characteristic or personal behavioural trait used to recognise the identity, or verify the claimed identity of a person.

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  • Cash logistics

    Cash in Transit (CIT) or Cash Logistics services cover the transport and delivery of cash and other valuables. The service offers small to large businesses peace of mind knowing that once their cash and valuables are in the care of one of the major CIT providers, they are fully insured. For many businesses this service provides a safe and secure way of handling cash and valuables, without exposing their staff or themselves to risk.

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  • CCTV

    CCTV Closed Circuit Television or CCTV is now broadly used to describe the growing array of systems within a building or public area used to visually monitor a location for security or industrial purposes. A CCTV system can be recorded and viewed on-site or remotely.

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  • Physical security

    Physical security devices such as Deadlocks, Multi Point Locking Bars, Safes, Padlocks, Window Locks etc. are in most cases the first and last barriers encountered by an intruder. Physical Security devices have become an indispensible tool when it comes to the protection of people and property.

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  • Security officers

    Security officers provide protection of people and property in a wide variety of environments – factories and warehouses, offices, shopping centres, hospitals, airports, concerts and sports events. The growing responsibilities of these personnel, and their increasing public interface, has resulted ever-higher levels of training and professionalism.

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