We give you full control of your site – from who can access it, to when.
Feeling safe comes from feeling in control. That’s why at Secure Response, our range of physical security measures gives you plenty of options to choose from. We work with you to develop your personal control systems that give you the security levels you need for your business.
Our physical security methods expand basic barriers to sophisticated access controls, with everything in-between. You can trust us to find out what your concerns are and offer practical and bespoke solutions.
Below are some of the physical security options we have available for you, but if you don’t see what you need here, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Secure Response has a large range of access controls for you to choose from. Including key fob and card entry systems, we can even programme your bespoke entry system to use an Oyster card!
‘Groups’ can be set up to allow people access, but only to the areas of the site or building that they require. You can control guests and visitors to the site with visitor cards that are set to only allow access to communal areas and or facilities.
All our options are offered to provide you with peace of mind that your business is safe and secure. We understand that you have specific needs for your business and will work with you to give you the best security solutions for your budget.
There are numerous types of boundary protection: from fencing, gates and wall-top systems to barbed wire, spikes and anti-climb fencing. At Secure Response we use our experience and expertise to help you to choose the right type of protection for your site. Our friendly team will consult with you and advise you, every step of the way.
Physical measures like this can act as an excellent deterrent and help you keep out unwanted visitors. However, we’d always recommend backing up any boundaries with CCTV or an alarm system. That way you’ll have an overview of your entire site, including your physical boundaries, and can monitor them 24/7.
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