August 20, 2009

Power Securing Your Motorbikes and Cycles

Filed under: Security Locks — admin @ 12:54 pm

As the old saying goes “If a thief wants it they will get it”, however, the more security measures that are in place means the higher risk a thief takes off being caught in-the-act. Does this mean we simply give-up and make it easy for them? Not a chance!

What about protecting our possessions like motorbikes and cycles – which are targetted often because they are seen as an easy choice for thieves?

The use of a chain will deter some thieves but not all of them, if you really want to deter the most persistent thieves then try the Rhino Quadlink case Hardened security Chain, this 1.5 metre long hardened steel chain which is protected in it’s own sleeve and has a high resistance to bolt cutters and hacksaws.

August 17, 2009

Working Alone and Staying Safe

Filed under: Personal Safety — admin @ 2:21 pm

Many people would have you believe that it’s illegal to work on your own, however the law clearly states, “there are no absolute restrictions on working alone”. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 states that proper care must be carried out to ensure the safety of employees, and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulation 1999 stresses that proper risk assessments must be carried out to protect the employees and people entering the work premises.

August 7, 2009

Knife Handheld Scanner

Filed under: Personal Safety — admin @ 10:10 am

It is shocking to think these type of headlines are becoming the norm… “Man Stabbed” or “Child Critical After Knife Attack” or “Woman Attacked with Knife in Local Park” they are indeed a sad part of everyday life in today’s modern Britain. Knife crime has become one of the biggest killers in Britain in recent years, although some organisations try to mask the actual figures, one fact still remains, people are getting hurt by mindless thugs using knives to attack people.

August 4, 2009

Wall Spikes from Prikka Strip

Filed under: Home Security — admin @ 2:04 pm

We all try our best to protect our property, family and possessions with cameras, home alarms and driveway alarms, these are all great at alerting us that someone or something is approaching, or already in our property. What if you could stop or deter someone or something from actually entering your property unwanted, for example over a wall or fence?

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