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Two new hires for Atlas Security’s management team

Following significant growth in Scotland and the Midlands, the security services provider has appointed two new leaders as part of its growth plans. Emmanuel Fadunmoye (pictured left) has joined the business as Security Account Manager for the Midlands region and ...

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The vital role of anti-shatter film in Martyn’s Law preparation

In the wake of tragic events like the Manchester Arena bombing in 2017, governments and organisations worldwide have intensified efforts to enhance security measures to protect public spaces. Martyn’s Law, proposed in memory of Martyn Hett, one of the victims ...

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Amulet gets on board with Rail Safe Friendly to deliver safety training in schools

Churchill Group’s specialist security division, Amulet, has become the first security firm to partner with Rail Safe Friendly (RSF), a network dedicated to improving rail safety in schools throughout the UK. Rail is a specialist sector for Amulet, and it ...

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Bringing the latest access control technologies to private & social housing in West London

2N  the global market leader in internet-enabled intercoms and access control systems, has upgraded a residential project in the UK to improve security and enable residents to take calls on their phones when they are not at home. Sperry and ...

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New seafood site secured by FBS Hörmann team

The specialist Perimeter Protection division of Hörmann UK has recently completed an all-encompassing project at a new food processing plant in Warrington. Lincolnshire based FBS Hörmann have provided a complete turn-key solution for the client, incorporating gates, barriers, access control ...

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ISS’s Livv business extends contract with iconic One Moorgate Place

Livv, the boutique workplace experience business from global FM provider ISS, has secured a three-year contract to deliver front-of-house and security concierge services at the iconic One Moorgate Place in London — a historic Grade II-listed building, home to Chartered ...

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Steve Kennedy joins security specialist Ward as Managing Director for London

Steve Kennedy has been appointed Managing Director for Ward Security’s London business unit. This area has successfully grown to over £40m a year, securing a diverse range of high risk, high profile, iconic and trophy locations, places and assets. Kennedy joins ...

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BT Redcare closure – AXA says customers should ‘act now rather than wait’

With of the UK’s leading alarm signalling systems, BT Redcare, recently announcing it has made the “difficult decision” to shut down next August, AXA UK says customers should act quickly to find a suitable alternative in order to avoid potential ...

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‘Security-by-design’ aims fall short leading to additional costs post-build

A new report from Brivo, a global provider of cloud-based access control and smart building technologies, finds that while security is a new priority in building design, a mismatch between ambition and reality leads to spiralling costs. The results of ...

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Martyn’s Law – Transforming security preparedness in the wake of tragedy

The Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill is a remarkable initiative aimed at improving security measures at public venues. Mike Bluestone CSyP, Executive Director, Corps Consult explores the impact the new law will have on security measures and the critical role ...

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