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Temperature Fever Screening
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Intelligent Security and Fire supply the latest COVID19 Temperature (Fever) Screening and Density Control (Social Distancing) solutions to businesses and public areas

The latest COVID19 thermal CCTV solutions are now available from Intelligent Security and Fire including:

  • Temperature (Fever) Screening
  • Temperature (fever) screening of persons entering business premises and public areas….
Break-ins during Coronavirus lockdown

Reports suggest surge in break-ins at commercial sites during coronavirus lockdown

According to recent statistics, police forces across the UK are having to carry out extra night patrols in empty city and town centres, as burglars target shops, pubs and other commercial premises during the coronavirus lockdown.

Police are urging businesses who have shut temporarily due to the coronavirus lockdown to make sure they are protected against opportunist burglars.
Firms across the UK were ordered by Prime Minister Boris Johnson last week to close in the fight to stop the spread of COVID-19….
Intelligent Security & Fire Accreditation
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Intelligent Security and Fire has gained Constructionline accreditation (Silver) in a move aimed to broaden opportunities for the business’ fire and security capabilities within the UK construction sector.

Constructionline is the UK’s largest online register/database for pre-qualified contractors and consultants to the construction industry. Its aim is to improve efficiencies for buyers and suppliers in the construction industry, specifically by reducing the duplication of work and administration relating to the process of pre-qualifying suppliers for construction contracts…..
Breach of fire safety legislation

Wakefield School found guilty of serious breach of fire safety legislation

A prestigious Wakefield school and former fire risk assessor have been fined after admitting fire safety offences across educational premises. A prestigious Wakefield school and former fire risk assessor have been fined after admitting fire safety offences across educational premises. The conviction was first reported on ThisWeekinFM in September 2019 - with the story stating that sentencing would take place on 10 January 2020….
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