Safetyshop Helps Businesses To Put Security At The Top Of Their Agenda
Released on: November 11, 2010, 5:10 am
Safetyshop, supplier of health & safety solutions for over 40
years, has highlighted its range of inexpensive and easy-to-fit
security products to businesses, in a bid to emphasize the importance
of putting security at the forefront this winter.
Experts at Safetyshop are keen to alert businesses to the availability of simple
security products such as decoy cameras, anti-climb paint and personal alarms that
can help to minimise security risks as the days become shorter and there are more
hours of darkness.
Safetyshop’s Kimberley Slack said: “Winter weather brings darker mornings and
afternoons that can be dark from 4pm, unfortunately it’s around this time of year
that security must be on the top of businesses’ agendas.
“In order to protect premises it’s essential to take a closer look at areas that can
be made more secure, it’s important to assess your property along with the level of
personal security for all employees. Employers do have a legal responsibility for
the health and safety of employees and improving their safety can also improve the
security of your business premises.”
Safetyshop understands that not all businesses can afford to implement expensive
security projects and instead offers simple yet effective security solutions such as CCTV safety signs and safety window film. The trusted retailer also suggests increasing personal safety with the use of hi-vis clothing, small portable torches, identity badges and personal alarms.
Crimes committed against businesses can mean the loss of valuable stock and
equipment and can quickly lower staff morale levels but Safetyshop offers numerous
quick and easy deterrents that can be used to increase levels of security.
Safetyshop can help businesses to protect their premises and advise that it’s better
to be proactive and this is a topic that should be at the top of businesses’ list of
Safetyshop became a trading division of Stockport-based Brady Corporation Ltd
following an acquisition in 2005. The company was established in 1970 and through
various acquisitions of its own, has gone on to become the leading safety products
manufacturer in the UK, producing a range of 18,000 products at its 34,000 square
foot UK facility in Cheshire.
For further information: Please contact Kim Slack:
Back to previous page
Submit your press release