By now, we have all heard about the terrorist attack on London, where a car mounted the pavement on Westminster Bridge, mowing down dozens of pedestrians on its way to an attempted attack near the Houses of Parliament. Whenever something awful like this occurs, the whole nation feels devastated. Devastated for the loss of the
Much like a relationship ending, you can also get brokenhearted when you lose something that means something to you. Surely we have all been in that position at one point or another, where we have misplaced a sentimental object? First, there is the panic, the realisation of what we have lost. Next, comes the frantic search, which
All small businesses will have some level of security in place, whether just basic CCTV systems and audio alarms or everything up to maximum perimeter security. Regardless of the amount of security you have, it is really important to check if you have sufficient measures in place and their effectiveness regularly. There is not a
With having your own business, there will always be two main things you will need to protect: your physical premises and the sensitive information that you handle. This is all well and good when you’re actually on the premises, but it is the evenings, the weekends and periods such as Christmas, where you want piece
An increase in footfall in the build up to Christmas can also mean a rise in retail crime, which can result in considerable losses for many retail businesses. In fact, there is a 20% increase in shoplifting over the Christmas (source: Centre for Retail Research). The team at RGM Security in Swansea has come up with
In this day and age, manufacturing companies are facing increasing issues when it comes to security. With cyber security and the threats of terrorism on the up, it can be too easy to let more traditional security measures slip through the net. This is why it is hugely beneficial to factory owners and manufacturing sites
RGM Security has launched a workplace investigation service to help local SME’s combat employee theft. This move comes in the light of reported increases in workplace theft in the UK ranging from small office items such as pens and toilet rolls through to major, organised theft of plant and machinery from construction sites for example.
It’s sad to say but these days, the UK construction industry is seeing a rise in the number of thefts from sites left unattended and unsecured. It’s a costly business if you have to constantly keep replacing equipment, tools and machinery which have literally been ‘nicked’ from a building site. So what measures can construction