The team at Excell Security is proud to recognise International Security Officers’ Day on Monday 24 July 2023. This Day is celebrated on 24/7 to recognise the 24/7 nature of security and the work and commitment of security guards across the world. Here in Australia, International Security Officers’ Day is led by ASIAL (Australian Security Industry Association Limited) and they describe the event as: A global security industry initiative, International Security Officers’ Day is now celebrated in a wide variety of counties across
It’s that time of year when we move the clocks forward an hour for daylight saving, with many people also using this milestone as a reminder to check their smoke alarms. But what about your security system? If your security system is going to work to its full potential, you need to make sure it’s functional and serviced regularly. If you neglect basic maintenance of your system or you fail to deal with technical issues, it may let you down just
Whilst you might be able to use technology to receive alarm notifications to your smartphone or computer and see what’s going on at your home or business, that doesn’t mean self-monitoring is the best choice. Here are 5 reasons why so many people choose a professional security monitoring company: Reliability: You may not always receive notifications. While you can set up your wireless system to send alerts to your phone, what happens if you’re in a movie, your phone is out of
Most security alarms out there require a code to activate and deactivate and while a good security code helps keep your business safe, the wrong code can leave you vulnerable. In addition to this, entering the wrong alarm code can also lead to false alarms and these can really add up in terms of call out fees from your security company.
Keeping your office building safe and secure is a priority not only to protect the people working in it, but also to reduce your chances of experiencing damage from vandals or other criminals. Unfortunately, office buildings can be a target for criminals as they are often placed outside residential areas and can be unoccupied at night.