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ENGIE and OCS present winning cases to HMCTS

Two new contracts awarded by HM Courts and Tribunals Service (HMCTS) will see court users in England and Wales benefit from improved facilities and security services. From 1 April 2020, ENGIE will be responsible for vital facilities management work such ...

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SIA opens consultation on a code of conduct for private security operatives

The Security Industry Authority (SIA) has launched a six-week consultation on a draft code of conduct for SIA licence holders and applicants for SIA licences. The SIA is inviting the industry, licence holders, and anyone with an interest in private ...

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The business of protection

Rob Whiffing, Security Excellence and Projects Director at Sentinel Group Security (SGS), draws on his experience in the industry to answer key questions surrounding site and building protection WHAT ARE THE KEY AREAS THAT DETERMINE THE QUALITY OF A SECURITY ...

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New face recognition-enabled Intercom makes UK debut

CIE, a leading distributor of audiovisual and security brands, is pleased to announce the UK launch of the R29C from Akuvox, one of the most advanced door intercoms available on today’s market. While conforming the general format of a conventional ...

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Five reasons why workplace cybersecurity is everyone’s business

Every employee in a company uses digital devices and connects to the internet. Similarly, everyone has a part to play in keeping the company’s digital assets safe. It’s no longer just up to the IT department to keep a company’s ...

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Essential features every smart office needs to have

Companies are always looking for ways to maximise their space and boost employee productivity. Usually, through new design and tech innovations. The latest trend in office design that’s aimed at upping worker productivity and effort is what’s called the “smart ...

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Pick the right locks

Jo Milne-Rowe, Chair of the Institute of Architectural Ironmongers, warns that the flexible working environments expected by today’s workers require smarter access control According to recent research by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), UK worker productivity has fallen to ...

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Quality control

Richard Jenkins, Chief Executive at the National Security Inspectorate (NSI), offers advice on finding the right suppliers to help manage access to your buildings Access control reduces risk and increases the safety of those working in or visiting a building. ...

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Squire’s new SS100 padlock sets an international standard first

Security specialist Squire has launched another world-beating padlock, with the seriously heavy duty SS100, the only padlock ever to achieve The Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) SR4 standard. Designed as the world’s strongest production padlock, Squire’s SS100 padlock is designed ...

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Let the right one in

Genetec’s Nick Smith argues that integrating access security into one unified system provides simpler and more effective facilities monitoring and management Businesses of all sizes spend considerable amounts of time, energy and capital to safeguard their facilities, to ensure they ...

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