Entries by Michelle Daniels

A great 16 months of security solutions

James Lewis, Business Development Manager at Absolute Security, reflects on an exciting period of innovative customer projects and cutting-edge security solutions from the team.   As I look back over my first 16 months at Absolute Security, I’m delighted by so many highlights that spring to mind.  For some they’ve involved cutting-edge security innovations – with […]

What to expect from Security technology in 2018

Security technology has a constant habit of evolving. In this article we’re given a glimpse of the very latest developments and popular trends that will continue into 2018. As intruders get smarter in their approaches, and the threat of violent crime continues to concern people, so does the security technology to combat it.   More […]

We’re hiring – security engineer vacancies at Absolute Security

Absolute Security is delighted to announce it has a number of vacancies, as the business continues to grow and meet customer demand. The team is currently looking for: Service engineers Installation engineers Junior engineers, including apprenticeship opportunities ..to join its busy service and installation division. You can find out more here  and, to apply, contact […]

Securing a school’s perimeter

Fencing, gates and other perimeter security measures in schools continue to face increasing scrutiny.  Not only are Schools under pressure to tighten safeguarding measures to protect pupils and staff during the school day, many need to protect valuable equipment and prevent damage to the site from intruders ‘out of hours’.   With education budgets tightly squeezed, […]

Ofsted adopts greater scrutiny of school security during inspections

  In recent news reports it has emerged that Ofsted is adopting greater scrutiny of school security during inspections.  In some respects schools have found weaknesses in their site security have led to their Ofsted rating being downgraded. See this report. Inspecting safeguarding directives Much of Ofsted’s security focus has stemmed from new directives on […]

Glow in the dark technology takes on a new dimension in fire safety

Emergency lighting is widely used as a secondary lighting source that switches on automatically when a building’s normal power supply disrupted to the primary lights. In the case of a fire within a premises, it can be really helpful in facilitating a safe evacuation. Introducing Photoluminescent strips One criticism of emergency lighting, however, is that […]