Many companies install security devices but far fewer can offer the kind of experience or knowledge needed to design a system that will meet your needs satisfy legal requirements and perform effectively.
Well designed security systems can help reduce insurance premiums and help support claims against your insurance policy. However not all security devices are acceptable to insurance underwriters.
Your security system must also be able to satisfy police requirements and supply evidence that is admissible in court or employment tribunals to support a prosecution.
The current police policy is to only respond to confirmed alarm activations for monitored systems. Our high security installations meet the police criteria.
British and European Standards
Electronic security systems are being governed by increasingly stringent British and European standards. The design, installation and operation of security systems must comply with these standards.
Intruder Alarm Systems (BS 4737, DD243 & EN 50131)
CCTV (BS 7958 & EN 50132)
Access Control (EN 50131 & EN 50133)
Our systems comply with the relevant British and European standards where required.
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