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Security/Alarms

The importance of construction site security

Construction site security is an essential measure. A secure site is a vital component of health and safety regulation, delivering a seamless service and protecting a project from costly damage or losses. Crimes occur all too often on construction sites. A site that falls victim to theft or vandalism leads to increased costs, delayed projects...

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van security

Security/Alarms

Protect your van

Tool theft has been an issue that the construction industry has struggled with for many years. In fact, research from the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) found that over half of British builders alone have fallen victim to the crime. It’s an increase of two-thirds since 2015 and means that tool theft has now accounted...

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Security/Alarms

Keeping your van safe

Tool theft has been an issue that the construction industry has struggled with for many years. In fact, research from the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) found that over half of British builders alone have fallen victim to the crime. It’s an increase of two-thirds since 2015 and means that tool theft has now accounted...

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