The Hidden Security Risk of the Great Resignation by Bertrand Ramé

The Great Resignation, a term coined in May 2021, has been well documented, with reports detailing the record numbers of people leaving their jobs since the beginning of the pandemic. Due to... Read more »

Extreme Heat in the Workplace: How to Keep Factory & Warehouse Staff Safe and Comfortable

With England expecting its first ever red warning for extreme heat this week, raised temperatures in the workplace have the potential to become a health and safety issue as employers struggle to... Read more »

Free Protect Duty App Launched

Counter Terrorism expert Chris Phillips has teamed up with App developer YUDUSentinel to launch a free Protect Duty action card app for counter-terrorism advice and training. Designed to raise understanding and knowledge,... Read more »

Videx Launches New Digital IP Panel Range

Leading manufacturer and supplier in access control and door entry kits, Videx Security, introduced its new vandal resistant digital IP panel range, the 4514 series. The 4514 compliments the existing Videx IP... Read more »

Safer Security Group unveils the next generation of site security technology with official launch of its Safer Pod S1

Relentlessly innovative security sector specialist, Safer Security Group, has unveiled the next generation of site security technology with the official launch of its Safer Pod S1. The tech disruptor’s newest product, which... Read more »

Organisations flock to join expanding scheme to end sexual harassment

A total of 23 Newcastle venues have so far joined the initiative to declare themselves ‘sexual harassment-free zones’, with the scheme’s first ever event promoter also joining the call. Shout-Up!, which is... Read more »

Why proper gate maintenance is a necessity

A gate can represent many different things: it can be an important entrance to a property, it can offer vital security and it can say a lot about what lies within. However,... Read more »

The risk of not having adequate health and safety policies

Health and safety gets blamed for a lot of things that often seem over the top or just plain absurd. However, it is important to remember that health and safety laws and... Read more »

Reasonable Force: How Much is Too Much?

Self-defence is not only necessary to preserve the safety of the security officer themselves, but also that of any patrons, customers or members of the public that happen to be in the... Read more »

Are you compliant with the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations?

Post-Brexit, the Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations replaces the European Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC). To explain further, Lucinda Thorpe, Business Development Executive at Newgate shares her advice to its practicalities. The regulations apply... Read more »