what is a vehicle barrier

 

A vehicle barrier acts as a physical boundary that can slow or completely stop vehicles in areas of high pedestrian traffic. You will usually find a vehicle barrier in areas such as school zones, private communities or retail car parks, as these areas usually have a high volume of pedestrians. Vehicle barriers work to protect buildings and pedestrians in the area, as well as vehicles. 

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ssaib certificate

SSAIB stands for The Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board. It is one of the two major security inspectorates in the UK for electronic security.

The SSAIB is an approved certification body that assesses and monitors the competency of contractors and their adherence to health and safety regulations. 

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intercom system outside a valuable property

If you're looking to invest in a robust security solution for your home, you'll be happy to know that intercom systems can add significant value to your property. An intercom system is an incredibly rewarding investment.

With an intercom system, not only will you receive a bespoke security solution for your safety, but you will also be paying off any installation and maintenance costs as it will add value to your property over time.

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fire alarm in a commercial business building

As a business owner, you are required by law to have 'an appropriate fire detection system' and fire protection procedures in place within a commercial building. This can include fire alarms. In the case of a fire, a fire alarm provides a clear way for a fire to be detected and for others to be warned.

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security systems for business

If you're looking for a reliable way to protect your business, then our business security systems at IDS are a brilliant option. With over 20 years of experience, we offer maintenance and installation services for a range of reliable business security options. Each business security measure has its own individual benefits, and the one you choose will depend on your business needs. 

Overall, multiple business security systems for one site will provide you with the most comprehensive and robust security.

 

CCTV Cameras

A CCTV camera is an excellent choice for a business security system as they are robust and reliable. With Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV), you will be able to monitor various parts of your premises at all times of day, allowing you to catch and identify unsuspecting trespassers.

At IDS, our CCTV cameras can be integrated with other systems such as your site's lights, doors, or gates to provide a comprehensive business security package.

 

Intruder Alarms

If you class your business as high-risk in terms of property contents or location, then an intruder alarm would be a suitable choice of business security system. An intruder alarm does what it says on the tin; it is an alarm that alerts you when trespassers and unauthorised personnel enter your property without your knowledge.

With our extensive knowledge of business security systems, we're lucky to offer intruder alarms that are able to monitor other events such as personal attacks, fires, and medical emergencies. Our intruder alarms also have the latest digital signalling equipment to ensure that all of the relevant emergency services are informed in any case of the above incidents.

 

Access Control Systems

An access control system can be defined as any system that limits access to various parts of your business's property. It can also be known as a door entry system. Access control allows business owners to decide who can enter their premises, and even when employees can enter the monitored area. This can be done through a range of entry options, such as key pads, fobs, access cards or an intercom. 

You may want to use an access control system for your business security solution due to its versatility. You can use access control systems in many commercial environments including shops, offices and banks.

To further strengthen your commercial security, you can even connect an access control system to alarms and doors!

 

Security Barriers

If you work at a business location that has lots of employees, then security barriers are a great way to physically limit the movement of people and vehicles within the site. There are different forms of security barriers, including arm barriers, turnstiles and rising bollards.

You may find security barriers useful as a business security system if you have your own on-site company parking. You can easily separate general public parking from employee parking using an automatic arm barrier, for instance. This will not only ensure that your employees have somewhere to park, but it will keep their vehicles secure whilst they're working, too!

 

Enquire For Your Business Security System With IDS Today

If you've been thinking about adding a business security system to your company site, our expert team at IDS Security can help you.

We offer a selection of effective business security solutions that are easy to operate. We work with reputable suppliers including CAME and FAAC, so you know you're in good hands. We have years of experience in installing and maintaining security solutions, so we can even help you decide on the best location to install them!

Visit our Business Security page to find out more about the business security systems we offer. If you're ready to start the installation process, you can request a survey and one of our friendly technicians will be in touch.

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