Security Regulations Articles

Security during COVID restrictions
Reducing COVID Risks: How Security Firms Can Assist

The recent Coronavirus pandemic has created an even greater need for high quality safety and security measures.

As businesses continue to be left unattended during lockdown, companies coping with reduced staffing are at a greater risk of being targeted by opportunistic criminals or experiencing unfortunate accidents.

Whether you’ve managed to get your business back up and running amidst the change in Government guidelines, or if you’re still waiting for the go-ahead to get back to some form of normality, utilising an experienced and proactive security firm can help to support your staff and business, particularly during these unprecedented times.

With a range of security solutions available, the experts at 3000 Security have highlighted the best options to help support your business during lockdown:

Security Guard Making Stop Sign
How to Become a Security Guard
Being a security guard is not an easy job but how do you become a qualified and professional one?

Well, first and foremost, you will need a license. Without a license it will be illegal to work in any capacity in the security industry. In order to obtain this license, a training course will need to be completed with a recognised training provider, then once this is passed, you can then apply for the license and pay a fee (which is renewed every 3 years). Then, you should receive your license within a few weeks.

Security tips over the holidays
Easter Security Tips for your Business

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.

retail security
Keeping Your Pop-up Store Secure

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.

Security against squatters
How do you prevent squatters?

It is legal for squatters to remain in a property. Especially if that property is a non-residential property, is empty and isn’t generating income. So what can be done to protect vulnerable buildings from squatters?

Keep on reading to find out!