Landlords, managing agents and facilities managers cannot approach health and safety as a box ticking exercise, but instead need a strategy underpinned by ongoing risk management and strong communication. This was the view of Steve Bennett, Director of Safety Delivery Limited, who was speaking at a Health, Safety & Fire Risk Awareness seminar organised by security systems and building technology
Managing agents, facilities managers and other property-related professionals are still failing to ensure the safety of powered gates and barriers according to Richard Jackson, CEO and Founder of charity Gate Safe. Speaking at an industry event organised by security systems and building technology integrator Interphone Limited, he explained that of more than 50 gates surveyed by Gate Safe in the
Interphone, the security systems and building technology integrator for the commercial residential sector, has teamed up with consultancy and training provider Safety Delivery Limited to run a Health, Safety & Fire Risk Awareness seminar. The half-day session will provide insight into an organisation’s legal responsibilities with regards to building safety and how best to achieve compliance. The free event will
Harrow-based Interphone, the security systems and building technology integrator for the commercial residential sector, has gained the security industry’s highest professional certification. The company has achieved the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) NACOSS Gold Award for the design, installation and maintenance of Access control, CCTV and intruder alarms. “This accreditation demonstrates our professionalism and expertise within the Security industry,” explains Rob
Managing agents, facilities managers and other property-related professionals have a legal and moral responsibility to ensure powered gates and barriers at commercial residential developments meet the latest safety standards. This was the opinion of Richard Jackson, CEO and Founder of charity Gate Safe, who was speaking at an industry event organised by security systems and building technology integrator Interphone Limited.
As home automation is moving steadily on its way towards becoming the norm, rather than the exception, for many new properties, UK buyers and renters are going to be increasingly looking for significant elements of this emerging technology as standard. With this in mind, security systems and building technology integrator Interphone has published a home automation whitepaper to help architects