You may think that a small gig or live music event with just a few hundred people is not big enough to hire a security team but that might not be entirely true. Let us explain…
The fact of the matter is that you even if you don’t think an incident is likely to occur at your gig, you never know and to be safe isn’t just best to employ a security team for the day? Most venues and event planners add security guards to improve protection for those enjoying the music, but the key to planning a smooth event is to be prepared for the worst whilst always hoping for the best. There are so many live music events in London and major UK cities, but it’s also relatively easy to find Security Companies in London who offer fair prices for live gigs. They often have experienced security officers at the ready to step in handling your gig with ease. (more…)
Fires happen. It’s so very easy for a business to believe that a fire ‘will not happen to them’ but without the right training and equipment, fires can and will happen, and they can tear through your entire factory in minutes, leaving you with the world’s biggest headache. (more…)
Keeping a factory safe during the Christmas shutdown period isn’t easy. It’s the one time of year when burglars know there are no security officers working. You can, of course, put some typical measures in place, such as CCTV cameras and alarms but these won’t always deter a burglar, especially during Christmas when there are fewer police officers around, and fewer people watching. So what can you do to keep the place safe? Well, the best option is to hire security staff, but on Christmas day, these contracts can be pricey. Another option is to ensure your CCTV footage can be streamed from your home, but you don’t want to spend Christmas day looking at the place you are supposed to be away from. If you can empty the workplace to the point where any extremely important equipment is stored off-site, that will no doubt ease your concerns, but in general, if you’ve put the main protection measures in place your factory should be fine.
Protecting your business is always a top priority, however, no property is 100% protected from intruders. There are a few things to consider to help maximise security to your small shop:
CCTV- Having a video camera recording entry points of your shop will instantly deter an intruder as they never want their face to be seen. Your CCTV evidence can be used should you catch any intruder on tape.
Security grills- Metal gates provide an extra layer of protection and a strong layer at that. Metal security grills are noisy to open and close, which would instantly draw attention to the intruder if they are foolish enough to try and enter via this entry point.
Alarm system- Having an alarm system is a basic starting point for securing your shop but is so important. An alarm will sound if an intruder enters, this will alert you and will usually make the intruder leave before they have time to take anything of value.
It is said that the most common route of entry into a home by a burglar is through a door while following this is entry via a window. Keeping that in mind, you can see why it is so important to focus your home’s security on its entry points.
There is really no predicting when a home break-in is going to happen, that’s why it is so important to have preventative measures in place to prevent it from occurring. Making sure you have secure doors to your home is a good place to start. Having a sturdy door with a secure locking system will defiantly cause an obstacle for any intruder attempting to enter via this route.
Windows are usually only used if they are easy to unlock or are left unlocked. One of the most important things to do before you leave your home is to check you have locked all windows in your home. If you live in an area with a high crime rate, you may want to consider adding iron railings to your windows, this can be done internally making it less obvious to passers-by.