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Keeping your business safe this summer

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Keeping your business safe this summer

… and how to avoid costly implications. An insight by our MD, Paul Ritchie.

With the summer upon us, and bank holidays fast approaching, many offices across the country will be left empty and unattended for long periods of time. Unfortunately, this leaves criminals with a great opportunity to attempt break-ins and cause potentially thousands of pounds’ worth of damage to your business.

Furthermore, with temperatures rising throughout the UK, many businesses will be leaving windows open ...

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The 12 On-line Frauds of Christmas

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There is an increase in online loan applications at this time of year as people seek to cover the costs of the festive period. Fraudsters will exploit this opportunity by intercepting applications to legitimate lenders or by creating their own bogus company websites.

You may also be tempted to put your money into an investment scheme which supposedly promises high returns and low/no risk but which results in you losing your money

A leaflet, produced by the City of London Police, provides ...

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Robots to Replace Security Guards?

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I recently read an article on Mashable (originally published at http://www.technologyreview.com/news/532431/rise-of-the-robot-security-guards/) about how robots are possibly to be used instead of human beings as Security Guards, starting (where else?) in Silicon Valley, California.

As you read through the article you notice that the technology the robots use is already commonplace. It’s just that the robot moves about, instead of being a fixed camera or sensor. The only benefit I can see is ...

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New Contract at ex RAF Site

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raf siteForemost Security Limited have taken over the provision of security services at a large ex RAF site in Lincolnshire.

The site which covers over 360 acres has gatehouse, 4 large hangers, multiple residential blocks and a control tower which is registered as a listed building.

Foremost Security Limited are providing manned guarding together with security patrols while the site is developed for industrial and office accommodation use. Foremost wre selected because of ...

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Nottingham City Centre Concierge

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Foremost recently signed up a new Nottingham City Centre client needing 45 hours per week of Concierge services. Serving approximately 100 flats within one building the Foremost Concierge team provides

  • Reception duties
  • Front of house services
  • Access control services

The premises owners are confident in the protection of their investment and their tenants. The tenants appreciate the friendly faces of the helpful and knowledgable concierge staff.

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Nottingham Keyholding Services

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A number of new clients have signed up recently with Foremost Security for Keyholding and Alarm Response Services.

The companies are all taking advantage of the wide variety of related services offered to ensure that their key staff members

  • are not loaded with the additional stresses of having to be last in or out to the premises
  • don’t suffer the late night or early morning call-out to attend a false alarm
  • aren’t put at risk by being on-site alone when the alarm isn’t so ...
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Nottingham Security Company move offices

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Foremost Security Limited are pleased to announce a move to new prestigious serviced offices within the Clock Tower development on Talbot Street in the city centre of Nottingham. The move is part of a major expansion of the company following the securing of some significant new contracts in the last few months.

Foremost Security Limited have taken over the 1st floor – over 1,600 square feet which is over 50% more than the previous offices in Castle Boulevard. The offices are open ...

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Security Industry Authority Clampdown

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SIA ApprovedThe Security Industry Authority (SIA) continues to clamp down on companies who are not correctly SIA licensed.

In January a security director was disqualified from being a company director for five years. Aston Shim, 65, pleaded guilty to being a director of a security company without a Security Industry Authority licence and to supplying unlicensed security guards. Shim, the sole director of Samurai Security Limited, provided security to nine venues ...

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