Shield Security would like to offer all new customers Keyholding . . .
The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007, which came into force in 2008, implies a duty of care for employees on senior management of all companies. Assigning the last member of staff responsibility for locking the gate when they leave or have employees waiting at the barrier for key holders to arrive in the morning without provision for their safety is a serious breach of the law, which may result in heavy penalties. Shield can help! Shield’s experienced and highly-trained mobile security officers are available to unlock and secure your premises at prearranged times each day. It’s one less thing for you to worry about!
When hiring Shield for your unlocking and securing services, you can relax in the knowledge that Shield’s security professionals are doing more than just turning keys in locks.When on-site, the mobile security officers will thoroughly check the site for security risks, such as fire, accident or intruders. This service also incorporates setting and disabling of alarm systems, if required.