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YOUR 10 MINUTE SCHOOL & COLLEGE SECURITY CHECKLIST

I mproving school and college security with a free security checklist to help identify the areas where your campus may be vulnerable As part of the Property Security Group Limited commitment to improving school and college security, we have produced what we hope is a helpful checklist to help you to identify the areas where your campus may be vulnerable. It is not designed to cover all aspects of security, because each site is different, but it should help you to identify some common vulnerabilities.   STEP 1: Answer all of the questions as this will help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. STEP 2: If you have questions that you may need help with, simply email your contact details to info@propertysecuritygroup.co.uk and we will be pleased to arrange a free site security survey, without obligation.   Visitor access to your building ·          Are visitors allowed entry to your building by appointment only? ·          Do they have to report to a reception area be
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Construction Site Security Audit: reviewing construction site security, when the pandemic eases, after lockdown or mothballing

  Construction Site Security Audit: reviewing construction site security, when the pandemic eases, after lockdown or mothballing   Once a construction site or building site redevelopment project re-opens after a lockdown, or mothballing, during the pandemic it will be necessary to conduct a security review. This review will include: 1.     A thorough walk round of the site to check all hoarding, fencing, gates, barriers, windows and doors to ensure everything is secure 2.     Consider if all these arrangements are going to be adequate going forward – especially if any temporary security measures over the lockdown are being removed If you a construction site manager, project manager or Quantity Surveyor and would like assistance with your security audit, you are welcome to call John Hicks at Property Security Group Limited for a without obligation conversation. John will assist you through the process over the telephone. Going forward, the best way to secure your construction si

The Complete Construction Site Security Package is the best way to secure a construction building site and scaffolding

 John Hicks, Managing Director of Propery Security Group Limited, construction and redevelopment site security specialists, writes: The Complete Construction Site Security Package is the best way to secure a construction building site and scaffolding   The best way to secure your construction site is with a combined package of security guards, scaffolding alarm and temporary security camera system from Property Security Group Limited - all at one all-inclusive and incredible hourly rate: ·        On site SIA-licensed security guards with regular welfare checks ·        Perimeter security intruder detection camera system with immediate alerts of intruders ·        Camera monitoring 24hrs out of working hours ·        Scaffolding alarms ·        All for just £12.75 per hour (min 12 chargeable hours per day)   Optional extras available upon request: ·        Fire detection system ·        Live audio voice challenge by Controllers ·        Security Dog Handler  

Vacant property security solutions: Use of Concrete Barriers to Secure Vacant Property

  Use of Concrete Barriers to Secure Vacant Property | Vacant Property Security Systems Hire | How To Secure Empty Property | Empty & Vacant Property Specialists     John Hicks, Managing Director of Property Security Group Limited (PSG) writes: PSG offer a range of robust, temporary, portable security camera solutions for hire, tailored to protect and monitor empty property, construction sites, rural properties and other locations without access to power, broadband or telephone connections - and which enable PSG controllers to monitor intrusions and trespass 24/7. The indoor and outdoor PIRs have integrated cameras which send 10 second video clips upon activation directly to key holders on their smartphones and web browser. However, they are not the total solution. Whilst the cameras protect the perimeter, I have found that the added deterrent and preventative value of concrete barrier blocks to be significant. Vacant properties attract squatters, travellers and fly