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Half of Brits don’t think they need a carbon monoxide detector

Households are putting themselves at risk despite owning appliances linked to carbon monoxide leaks.

According to research, 36 per cent of households in Britain don’t have carbon monoxide ... more

Industry champions win fire and security awards

Two industry leaders have been recognised by the Fire & Security Association (FSA) for their contribution to the sector more

Automated shutter system makes portable buildings fire safe

A contract to develop a solenoid-actuated shutter latch for portable building windows expanded into a full system-wide project for Magnet Schultz Ltd (MSL) more

The latest in biometrics: Dual Format Authentication

As our complicated world technologically evolves, challenges naturally ensue to harness and properly use the technology. These challenges become much more serious and difficult when the rate of ... more

Island life for Urmet

Urmet is providing its IPervoice video entry and access control solution to London City Island, a project in Docklands being dubbed ‘Mini Manhattan.’ As well as accommodation, the 12-acre redeveloped ... more

Stanley for safer schools

Rugged personal tracking system incorporates array of security-critical features

Stanley Security has selected three winning schools for their competition 'Together for Safer Schools'. Those children's nurseries, schools and colleges that accumulated the most votes in the contest have been selected as this year's winners more
Steatite has introduced a comprehensive, high integrity tracking system. It presents the national security, border control and law enforcement sectors with an ultra-reliable, all-encompassing, end-to-... more

Fire safety in the workplace

Preparing for a fire is important for any business and, should a fire occur, preparation could be the difference between surviving or not more

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