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Practical Solutions for Lone Workers

Practical Solutions for Lone Workers

Lone working, where someone is working by themselves without close or direct supervision, is on the increase. Many businesses rely on a single person, male or female, to open an office or retail store and to close the premises at the end of the day.  [ read more ]

Added: 20th June 2019

Ways to deal with wandering

Ways to deal with wandering

Itís common for people with dementia to wander off on their own, leaving the person caring for them in an acute state of anxiety. Find out how to cope and minimize the risks of wandering  [ read more ]

Added: 20th June 2019

How technology is changing care in the community

How technology is changing care in the community

How technology is changing the healthcare industry and the care delivered in the community.  [ read more ]

Added: 20th June 2019

Fire Safety

Fire Safety

A fire in your home is devastating no matter how old you are or what stage of life youíve reached. But it can be far worse if you canít hear the flames, smell the smoke or see the danger. This is a reality for many of our aging population who have lost the sharpness of their senses and the mobility to escape a burning building.  [ read more ]

Added: 20th June 2019

Declining crime clear up rates

Declining crime clear up rates

Recent reports on the level of crime clear-up rates show that just 4% of robberies and 3% of burglaries were recorded as solved or detected by the police in England and Wales during 2017.  [ read more ]

Added: 20th June 2019

Data Protection Advice when considering a commercial CCTV system

Data Protection Advice when considering a commercial CCTV system

Data Protection Advice when considering a commercial CCTV system

If you have a business and run it from business premises you may have CCTV installed or are considering having it installed, however are you complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?  [ read more ]

Added: 20th June 2019

Fire Compartmentation

Fire Compartmentation

In 2007 Building Regulationsí Approved Document B was introduced, requiring buildings to be subdivided into a number of discrete compartments or cells using construction materials to prevent the passage of fire from one cell to another for a given period.  [ read more ]

Added: 18th June 2019

Thank you Nigel for such excellent and personal service when buying a vulnerable person alarm from Portcullis for my father-in-law. With such amazing features at an incredibly reasonable cost all of the siblings are very happy that we can locate him, he can contact us easily and it's all automatic when he falls. We cannot recommend the product and company highly enough.

JB, Devon  [ more ]

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