In today’s world, if you want to run a successful business or event, then you need a safe and secure environment. Like watchdogs of the public order, security guards are specifically trained to help prevent crimes and disorder from occurring. Hiring a security guard has several benefits to all aspects of your business. Below are some examples on how:
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!”
CCTV systems are commonly found surrounding banks, schools and supermarkets.
However, they are incredibly beneficial for a business and office environment. Regardless whether you house 100 employees or 20, CCTV systems are imperative.
The safety of your premises is at the forefront of our minds. You may want to pass on the responsibility of security breaches on your property into the hands of a trusted third party.
You are enabling yourself to stay protected, decreasing the risk to yourself or your employees by having a security team search the premises and making sure that the security is at a high standard and the alarm is turned off.
3000 Security have a 24-hour Control Room enabling us to oversee staff and services to ensure that everything is going smoothly, thus offering higher security.
But why should you opt for our key holding and alarm response services?
It is safe
Typically, it is the responsibility of two people to hold the keys to the premises of a business, which allows for two responders to then access the alarm should it be activated by accident or triggered by an intruder.
It offers you peace of mind
When you’re absent from the premises, either on business or on annual leave, at the forefront of your mind may be the security of your business. Similar to if you would like your residential property protected. Choosing a security company for key holding and alarm response means they will respond to an alarm and check the security of the premises, so you will not have to worry.
It is cost-effective
It is a simple and hassle free solution to use a security company to secure your business and ensure that the safety and security of your premises is kept high.
We also offer many other security services in Birmingham!
After a long day of work, the only thing on your mind is to lock up and go home without having to worry about work until the next day.
This, unfortunately, may not always be the case. There will often be security measures set up to fend off any trouble such as alarms and locked doors.
While these measures that are in place can prove successful for keeping out the undesirables, there are accomplished thieves that will be able to break into a premises, regardless of any measures that are in place. This issue can be dealt with by a mobile patrol.
3000 Security has received Security Industry Authority (SIA) approval!
The Security Industry Authority are an organisation that are responsible for the regulation of the UK’s private security industry. It is actually a non-departmental public body that reports to the Home Secretary and had been established in the early 2000s
The Security Industry Authority (SIA) is the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry in the UK. It is a non-departmental public body reporting to the Home Secretary and was established in 2003 under the terms of the Private Security Industry Act 2001.