As Easter is quite the popular holiday for people to go away on a long weekend away. This may leave many businesses and homes unguarded during this period. You should always be conscious of your security around Easter as some people may be on the hunt for more than just eggs. If you’re hopping off away this Easter, or if your business will sitting there like a full basket, here are some eggcellent tips to stay secure over the Easter period. Continue reading “Easter Security Tips for your Business”
More and more people are now relying on rented accommodation. With this, there is a lot of responsibility put onto landlords to keep tenants safe and secure. There are some really basic things both landlords and tenants can do in order to keep a property secure, so we have compiled a list of some top tips on how to boost security in a rented property. Continue reading “Improve your Security as a Landlord”
Pop-up shops are temporary retail plots that can sell any type of product. The types of products they sell can range from clothes, technology to food.
Pop-up shops started as a novelty used only by a small number of independent retailers. However, the use of them grew massively in 2017 and they became a popular trend that were used widely. And the trend is likely to continue into 2018.
A jewellery shop is one of the most prestigious retail fronts to run. It is usually well known in the area it is in, and more often than not highly profitable. However, with the benefits of running jewellers, there are also drawbacks, specifically coming from criminals. Recently, criminals have become more technical and well thought out on their approach when stealing from jewellers. The types of crimes they commit are no longer just robbery, they can also include, but are not limited to:
According to the Regulatory Reform Act (Fire Safety), if your business has more than 5 employees, then the findings from the mandatory fire risk assessment have to be documented and kept. Find out all you need to know about fire risk assessment here. Continue reading “Fire Risk Assessment: Why it Matters”
Is it time you boosted your security in time for Christmas? The anticipation of seeing a loved one’s reaction to a gift gets closer. This is as well as the relief of when getting that one special gift you were hoping for (and not the 7th pair of cheap socks). However, when your house is filled to the brim with the latest gadgets and that one particular game console for your nagging child, as well as your business being used considerably less around this time, creates the perfect incentive for unwanted guests to come visiting. Only these visitors won’t be coming down the chimney. Continue reading “Security at Christmas”
Some people think that certain jobs are easy, such as being a security guard. We can tell you right now that that isn’t the case. You are meant to have a certain level of fitness but there is also a lot more to manned guarding. Looking at the attributes below, could you be a security guard?
It can be frustrating to choose a security system, as there are so many types. It is essential to have a security system in place for your home or business, to ensure your valuable and employees/loved ones are safe. Thus, we thought we would list the different types of security, to help you to choose the right one for you.
Home and business owners need to ensure they are aware of the laws, rights and responsibilities when it comes to protecting their home, business, employees and family. Especially when it comes to intruders and your personal security. Continue reading “What you should know about intruders”
In order to comply with The Regulatory Reform Order 2005 or Fire Safety Order (FSO), a Fire Risk Assessment needs to be undertaken. But what exactly do you have to do to get this assessment done? Continue reading “Fire Risk Assessment: What you need to know!”