Fire Alarm System
Fire alarms are required to be installed in most buildings in the UK under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. This means that, if you own a business, chances are you will already have or be looking for the right system for your needs.
Fire extinguishers are your first line of defence in the event of a fire, and are a legal requirement for any business premises.
There are 5 main types of fire extinguishers, each designed to extinguish a different type of fire. In order to comply with current fire safety regulations your business must have the right types of fire extinguishers for your premises.
Any business operating out of premises has a duty of care to its employees when they are on site. One of the ways that businesses can seek to keep employees safe is by installing emergency lighting, providing automatic lighting in key areas when mains power fails.
Prevention is the most practical and achievable way to tackle crime, which is why so many business security systems are centred around an intruder alarm.
A highly visible deterrent against trespassers, theft and vandalism, our intruder alarm systems can be tailored to your specific needs, and the requirements of your business premises.
CCTV is one of the principal methods businesses use to detect and deter crime in the UK.
A CCTV camera system offers a highly-visible deterrent to criminals, who are statistically less likely to target a building with visible CCTV cameras. It also works as an investigative tool when a crime does occur, and provides proof in criminal cases.
Access control systems are important for any business, used as a means to control who can enter the premises at any time of the day or night, without requiring a member of staff to monitor your doors and entrances, or be situated at reception.