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Watch: Honeywell s Mick Goodfellow on cybersecurity, connected solutions and critical national infrastructure

IFSEC 2017 Honeywell s Mick Goodfellow visited the offices of IFSEC International to preview the show s forthcoming 2017 edition. Just appointed GM EMEA of commercial security, Goodfellow discusses synergies between Honeywell and Xtralis products (the latter acquired in 2016 by the former), new products, integrations with other vendors, cybersecurity and critical national infrastructure. embedded content Honeywell is showcasing its latest tech in an integrated control room at IFSEC International between 20-22 June 2017 at London ExCeL.

You will find them on stands D250 and D300. Get your free badge now. Honeywell is unveiling a series of new products across its building technology and home security solutions portfolios at IFSEC and FIREX 2017. Honeywell s connected solutions are designed to help homeowners and business managers interpret and exploit the huge and growing volume of data generated by connected buildings. At IFSEC the building management systems giant will be showcasing integrated video solutions and advanced detection technologies. IP video Honeywell s new portfolio of IP video solutions empower site staff to be more productive by providing greater insight and control across the facility. With a connected Honeywell system, staff are informed 24/7 of the status of their system, and alerted immediately when an alarm is triggered so they can take appropriate action. With end-to-end solutions for different budgets, the range includes advanced features including recording failover, facial and audio detection, and EDGE analytics on ONVIF-compliant 4K Ultra HD and H.264 cameras. These products also feature enhanced forensic capabilities, supporting integration with Honeywell s Xtralis IntrusionTrace video content analytics and ADPRO iFT Series NVR+ solutions.

For those looking to protect harsh environments, the new range also includes explosion and corrosion proof thermal cameras with temperature monitoring. Fire Honeywell will be showcasing enterprise class fire solutions including Xtralis VESDA-E VEP and VEA detectors. Yieldsing 1.5 times greater sensitivity and offering six times better dust rejection than the previous generation of products, VESDA-E VEP detector reduces the risk of nuisance alarms and attendant costs. VESDA-E VEA works by dividing a protected space into sampling locations, enabling the localization of possible causes of fire for faster incident response. Both detectors feature built-in Wi-Fi for remote detector access from smart devices to review and monitor status in real time. For smaller sites, FAAST XS aspirating smoke detectors deliver highly accurate very early warning fire detection. Connected home Honeywell is unveiling a professionally-installed, self-monitored wireless security system for the residential market. Called Total Connect Box, it is supported by Total Connect Pro Manager, a maintenance tool that allows installers to perform diagnostics and offer cost-effective maintenance services to homeowners remotely, so homeowners can get the best out of their Total Connect Box system. For those who prefer a monitored solution, the wireless Videofied Video Live Verification with Monitoring Systems will also be showcased.

The new MotionViewer PIR sensors are wireless and equipped with the Video Live function that allows the instant transmission of video to the alarm receiving centre in the event of an alarm, enabling swifter response to genuine alarms and eliminates unnecessary intervention and call outs to false alarms. It also provides homeowners greater peace of mind with the ability to view their homes live anytime day or night. Advanced technology solutions have the power to turn buildings and homes into responsive assets, linking disparate devices and management systems to create truly connected, intelligent buildings that span the most demanding applications, said Dino Koutrouki, vice president and general manager, Security and Fire EMEA, Honeywell Home and Building Technologies. But systems shouldn t be connected just to be connected. They should optimise a person s daily routine, whether at home or work, to improve safety, security and peace of mind. Honeywell is showcasing its latest tech in an integrated control room at IFSEC International between 20-22 June 2017 at London ExCeL. You will find them on stands D250 and D300. Get your free badge now. Join other high-end security professionals at the launch of Borders & Infrastructure Expo In conjunction with Europe s most renowned security event , IFSEC International, B&I is addressing your critical needs for large scale security projects affecting national security, integrated systems, border protection and much more.

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London fire: Councils and social landlords have ignored our warnings for years

GRENFELL TOWER FIRE We have a right to be very angry at the news about Grenfell Tower. I regularly sit in meetings with fire safety professionals, and their fury and frustration at the inaction of local councils and social landlords is palpable. We have been warning about the risks of a fire like this for years.

What we need to get people to take notice is a huge fire in a tower block they say. Well, here it is. There is an endemic fire safety problem in this type of housing stock. I have walked around tower blocks documenting and filming the fire safety breaches. I ve seen flats without fire doors, no emergency lighting or signage on fire doors and escape routes, broken fire rated glass, wedged-open fire doors, poor fire stopping around service hatches that breach compartmentation, no smoke seals in fire doors, rubbish and combustible material left in the common areas, and no information displayed on the specific fire plan of the building. #Grenfell Tower floor plan. “Improved” high density layout means one set of stairs for 24 stories of 120 apartments. #LondonFire pic.twitter.com/MHV3adB5Q7 Mark Ashley (@themarkashley) June 14, 2017 Deaf ears But that information appears to fall on deaf ears. Action must be taken now to address these issues. Our hearts go out to the residents of Grenfell Tower, their neighbours, friends and families, and the extraordinarily brave fire fighters and medics who are continuing to deal with the emergency. And to every local council and housing association I say, you know what to do, take action today. The next one could be tomorrow.

More than half of all tenants (58%) and over 70% of lower income tenants have no idea who the Responsible Person is for the building where they live Research for Fire Door Safety Week last year underlines some of the problems, in particular showing that the poorest in society continue to be at greatest risk from fire, with lower income tenants more concerned about fire safety where they live, less informed about how to protect themselves, and less able to move away from perceived danger. Just a third (35%) of the lowest income households renting flats say they have been given information on the emergency fire plan for the building where they live, compared to 88% of tenants on incomes over 100,000 a year. Those on incomes of 25,000 or less are much less likely to feel completely safe from fire (27%) than those on incomes above 80,000 (44%). But two out of every nine (22%) households with incomes under 25,000 living in rented flats who have concerns over fire safety are unable to move because they can t afford to. More than half of all tenants (58%) and over 70% of lower income tenants have no idea who the Responsible Person is for the building where they live the person to whom they should usually report their fire safety concerns. And worryingly, 15% of all tenants living in blocks of flats who have got fire safety concerns have never reported those concerns to anyone at all. Visit FIREX International for cutting-edge solutions, essential knowledge and the ability to grow your business by getting direct access to the whole fire safety industry. It is the perfect place to get your product in front of thousands of buyers, across a multitude of featured areas. From the brand new Drone Zone, the ARC Village, ASFP Passive Protection Zone, the Engineers of Tomorrow competition and more, it s all under one roof so you ll never miss a beat.

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Hung parliament: Have Cameron and May s calamitous gambles imperilled UK border security?

Brexit fallout Cameron gambled, lost. May gambled, lost. Tory party beginning to look like a casino.

Tweeted by Dutch MEP Sophie in t Veld this is a pithily apt description of the Conservatives two big calls over Brexit. If David Cameron s fateful decision to announce a referendum on January 2013 has achieved one of its primary goals to siphon off support from UKIP then it did so, quite unexpectedly, at the expense of his own premiership. Having embraced the referendum result despite being (an admittedly coy) Remainer his successor, Theresa May, then used Brexit as a pretext to strengthen her majority in the House of Commons against what the commentariat had deemed the least electable Labour leader since Michael Foot. Now we have a hung parliament with a minority Conservative government propped up by 10 DUP MPs. Whatever your political leanings, few would disagree that the prospect of concluding negotiations smoothly have now receded. Whatever your political leanings, few would disagree that the prospect of concluding negotiations smoothly have now receded. We re already nearly three months into the already narrow two-year negotiating window, the Article 50 having been triggered on 29 March. As the FT writes this morning: Theresa May s folly in calling a general election and then losing her overall majority means that the UK is now in an even weaker negotiating position than when it started There are few words to describe the sheer irresponsibility of the prime minister in triggering Article 50 only to follow it by calling a needless general election. A hung parliament, or even an overall defeat, was always a foreseeable (as opposed to predicted) potential outcome.

It was the last thing a prudent politician should have done: there is now considerable uncertainty at the very point the UK needed certainty, as the Brexit talks are about to commence. Nick Clegg, who lost his Sheffield Hallam seat, has said that MPs will either need to find a cross-party consensus on a more moderate workable approach to Brexit or we will have to go back to the country maybe once or twice until one party wins a majority, which would devour much of the two-year negotiating window. It is impossible to exaggerate this morning how self-absorbed and adrift the UK looks to the rest of Europe I can t think of any example of a modern mature democracy putting itself in such a vulnerable position. Confusion at UK borders And if negotiations do fail, what does that mean for national security? The UK s trade tariff levels with Europe and the rest of the world would default to World Trade Organisation terms, triggering a rise in the price of imports, with agricultural goods being an eye-watering 30-40%. But with the UK Lacking its own schedule at the WTO, there could be confusion at UK borders over customs declarations. This is an issue explored in depth in a white paper published on IFSEC Global this week. The cost of replicating the European Arrest Warrant outside the EU is expected to substantially exceed (by a factor of four) the cost of operating the EU measure. Norway and Iceland have been trying to negotiate a form of EAW with the EU but this has taken 15 years and is still to be ratified by every member state.

From the London First report on Brexit and border security Commissioned by London First s Security & Resilience Network, the report examines the implications of leaving the EU for the management of the UK s borders. From Europol membership to the Schengen Information System, the UK is at risk of losing access to a plethora of collaborative tools, the report reveals. Securing UK borders: An examination of the implications of leaving the EU for UK border management , which is written by several experts in immigration and border security, European law, and security and resilience, also warns of: Confusion at the UK border as customs declarations slow down traffic. The Road Haulage Association has said there is a real danger of everything grinding to a halt Complexities of new visa arrangements: Questions must arise about the ability of Border Force to deal with the increased workload as well as the physical capacity of receiving airports and other points of entry Brexit could represent an opportunity to modernise current practice and technology and adopt best practices from elsewhere in the world to improve both border security and customer experience ahead of, or at, the border. A decade after New Labour s attempts to introduce identity cards were shelved the concept could reemerge. The need to reframe collaboration with the EU over information sharing as Britain exits Europol and loses access to Eurojust, SIS II, the European Arrest Warrant (EAW), the European Criminal Records Information System (ECRIS), the Pr m Decisions and the Passenger Name Records (PNR) The white paper follows an earlier report by the Security & Resilience Network that examined the Security and Resilience Implications of Brexit. The report was launched at a London First briefing on 7 June 2017 and distributed at the IFSEC International 2017 exhibition (20-22 June 2017), which includes for the first time the Borders and Infrastructure Expo. UBM, the organiser of IFSEC, sponsors this report. Get your free badge for IFSEC now.

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OPTEX to showcase REDSCAN RLS-3060 and CPNI-approved Fiber Sensys FD-322 at IFSEC 2017

Perimeter sensors At IFSEC International in June global sensor producer OPTEX will exhibit a range of products and technologies in live demos. Each demonstration is tailored to different applications, including perimeter protection, tailgating detection as well as Internet of Things (IOT) alarm systems. Within its high security perimeter protection zone, OPTEX will demonstrate its CPNI-approved fibre optic fence detection system, Fiber Sensys FD-322.

The system detects intruders climbing above or cutting through a fence. OPTEX s REDSCAN RLS-3060 creates a layer of security around the perimeter fence to warn if anyone or any vehicle is approaching the fence. The perimeter intrusion detection systems are integrated with the GEMOS PSIM platform so they can trigger video surveillance drones to fly to the point of intrusion and send a live video stream to the control centre. In a second zone, OPTEX will be demonstrate its time of flight technology that allows a scene to be mapped in 3D giving an accurate representation of the objects present. The technology is used in Accurance 3D, OPTEX s tailgating detection system for interlocks. Potential applications include object protection. Laser scan detector REDSCAN RLS-2020 will also be on the stand. The technology protects assets and detects people jumping over turnstiles or climbing through skylights as well as detects thrown objects being smuggled into restricted areas. For commercial and residential security, OPTEX will exhibit its new wireless infrared beam, the SL-TNR.

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Security OfficerRetail Lewisham, SE13 8.57 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Officer to be based in the Lewisham area (SE13). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer:

* Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
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Security OfficerRetail (Colindale)

Colindale, NW9 8.00 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a part time Retail Security Officer to be based in the Colindale area (NW9). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
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Security OfficerRetail (Central London) Central London, EC2M

7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Officer to be based in the Central London area (EC2M). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
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Security OfficerRetail (North London)

North London, N22 7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Officer to be based in the North London area (N22).

Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
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Security OfficerRetail PART TIME (Clapham) Clapham, SW4

7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a part time Retail Security Officer to be based in the Clapham area (SW4). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
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Security OfficerRetail PART TIME (Croydon) Croydon, CR0 7.50 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a part time Retail Security Officer to be based in the Croydon area (CR0). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer:

* Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
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Security OfficerRetail (Paddington) PART TIME

Paddington, W2 7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a part time Retail Security Officer to be based in the Paddington area (W2). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
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Security OfficerRetail PART TIME (Erith) Erith, Kent (DA8) 8.00 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Officer to be based in the Erith area (DA8). Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licence/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer:

* Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
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Security OfficerRetail Support (South London)

South London (SW9) and surrounding. 7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Support Officer to be based in the South London (SW9) and surrounding area.

You will be asked to cover multiple sites across our prestigious client base. Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer:

* Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
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* Report writing
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Security OfficerRetail Support (North London) North London (N22) and surrounding. 7.50 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Support Officer to be based in the North London (N22) and surrounding area. You will be asked to cover multiple sites across our prestigious client base. Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
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Security OfficerRetail Support (East London) East London (E17) and surrounding.

7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Support Officer to be based in the East London (E17) and surrounding area. You will be asked to cover multiple sites across our prestigious client base. Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
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Security Officer – Elite Retail Support (Central London)

Central London 8.00 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for professional security officers to join our prestigious retail contracts in and around Central London.

Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
* Report writing
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* Promoting loss prevention
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We currently have various security roles in and around London. We are look for Retail and Corporate Security and Front of House officers to join various sites. At VSG we supply Security Services to a variety of blue chip clients. We are accredited to the highest standards of security, delivering performance along with general business standards. We provide services for Manned Guarding, Security Systems, Mobile Security, Secure Event Solutions and Soft Services to all of our clients. With a security role at VSG your main duty is to ensure the safety and security of the client, their employees and visitors and their premises and property. Duties

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Retail Loss Prevention Officer
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Hours: Days only (5 days from 7)
Location: Central London

Do you have a high-level of customer service? We are seeking a customer focused Retail Loss Prevention Officers to join a leading retailer in Central London. This is a permanent role and offers opportunity for long term career progression.

Applicants should have strong customer service skills and ideally have retail security experience. Your duties will include: Providing a customer focused security presence
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Retail Loss Prevention Officer
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Do you have a high-level of customer service? We are seeking a customer focused Retail Loss Prevention Officers to join a leading retailer in Central London. This is a permanent role and offers opportunity for long term career progression. Applicants should have strong customer service skills and ideally have retail security experience. Your duties will include: Providing a customer focused security presence
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Female Corporate Security Officer
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Location: Croydon
Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm

Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus? Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include:

Meeting and greeting customers
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Female Corporate Security Officer
Rate: 10 per hour
Location: Croydon
Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus?

Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills

Duties will include: Meeting and greeting customers
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Corporate Security Officer
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Location: Croydon
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Wk 1: Monday-Friday 07.00-14.30 37.5 hours per week
Wk 2 Monday-Friday 14.00-21.30 37.5 hours per week Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus? Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria:

SIA Licensed
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Corporate Security Officer – Redhill
Rate of Pay: 8.88 per hour + Overtime
Hours: 3 days, 3 Nights 3 off
Location: Redhill

Are you SIA licensed? Do you want to work at a corporate site in Redhill? The role will mainly involve undertaking control room duties in a corporate environment. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include:

Meeting and greeting customers
High level of customer service
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Corporate Security Officer – Redhill
Rate of Pay: 8.88 per hour + Overtime
Hours: 3 days, 3 Nights 3 off
Location: Redhill Are you SIA licensed?

Do you want to work at a corporate site in Redhill? The role will mainly involve undertaking control room duties in a corporate environment. Applicants should meet the following criteria:

SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include: ‘ ‘ Meeting and greeting customers
‘ ‘ High level of customer service
‘ ‘ Conducting investigations
‘ ‘ Monitoring CCTV
‘ ‘ Key holding
‘ ‘ Retail loss prevention
‘ ‘ Security patrols
‘ ‘ Staff searches

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Event Security Officers – Immediate Availability
Location: London
Pay: 8.00ph Are you looking for a position with hours to match your availability? Do you hold a SIA License? Momentum Security Recruitment is working with a growing National Events Security Company. We are currently recruiting for a number of Events Security Officers. The assignments can suit your currently availability. All candidates must have a valid in date SIA license Standards: SIA License
Great customer service
Be of smart appearance
Excellent written and verbal English
Live local to London or willing to travel
The ability to be flexible and adaptable
A 5 year checkable

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Female Corporate Security Officer
Location: Central London
Rate: 9.46
Hours: Days & Nights

Do you have excellent customer service skills with the ability to provide a friendly and secure front of house service? We have opportunities for Female Security professionals to join the customer focused team of a corporate security location in Central London. Applicants should hold a SIA license with first class customer service skills and be able to provide a friendly front of house service.

Applicants should be female due to the need to search female members of staff. There is an excellent rate of pay on offer and the opportunity to work at

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Security Control Room Manager
Location: Central London
Salary: Circa 35k
Hours: Rolling roster of Days & Nights Do you hold a SIA License? Happy working a mix of day & night shifts? Prior experience of working in a busy control room? Due to the nature of the site we would welcome applications from ex-Military candidates. Applicants should have prior corporate security experience along with experience of managing a team. Applicants should meet the following criteria: Prior supervisory/management experience in the security sector or Military, Police service etc.
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Security Shift Manager (Corporate)
Location: Central London
Salary: Circa 35k
Hours: Rolling roster of Days & Nights

Do you hold a SIA License? Happy working a mix of day & night shifts? Applicants should have prior corporate security experience along with experience of managing a team.

Due to the nature of the site we would welcome applications from ex-Military candidates. Applicants should meet the following criteria: Prior supervisory/management experience in the security sector or Military, Police service etc.
Experience of managing, motivating and leading a team
SIA licensed
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Project Engineer
Location: London
Package: a competitive salary is on offer along with company vehicle,

Are you looking to join a quality focused security solutions provider with a tremendous company culture? If you are looking to become a part of a rapidly growing company with opportunity for future career growth then please get in touch. You will conduct site visits, client meetings, initial pre-sales surveys, manage contractors and lead of project installations.

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Blue light warning: How the false alarm epidemic continues to resist all remedies

More than 50% of the 600,000 callout incidents attended by fire and rescue services annually (FRS) are false alarms, according to the latest statistics from the Fire Service. The cost of this wasted time for both business and the fire service is estimated to be well in excess of 1 billion per year, in part as a result of downtime from groundless evacuations. In the last five years this position has not appreciably changed.

What s more, false fire alarms from automatic alarm systems due to poor maintenance are on the increase. As to the ratio between real fire emergencies and false alarms, regrettably in England a sustained trend for the past five years shows the number of false alarm call outs actually exceeding real primary fire call outs by a significant margin, which is in itself a damningly cautionary finding. In London this ratio is, exceptionally, two to one (and currently reflecting a slight increase in unwanted calls against target aims). These blue light responses, then, to automated unwanted fire alarm signals (UFAS) represent a grave menace, hindering services that could be needed at a genuine emergency or even interrupting critical front-line training for first responders . Beyond such considerations as this needless burden on the FRS authorities, business disruptions that lead to a loss of productivity, the reduced confidence of the general public, and even the environmental impact of inessential emergency appliance movements all need to be taken into account. Hospitals have been identified as responsible for the vast majority of the false alarms that the capital s firefighters are called out to And this persistent malfunctioning of fire alarms is even more glaringly highlighted when you stop to consider the recent deliberations by the UK government on the creation of multi-agency Strategic Command Centres embracing the blue light emergency services Fire, Ambulance and Police. In the view of some analysts, this new configuration of the services is likely to spark debate about multiple call outs and the cost implications of all three services responding to incidents, when so very often a reported event can be a false alert. Tri-Service Control Centres It s a concern foreseen and amplified by the Chief Fire Officers Association, one of whose chief officers comments: Until an event is attended and confirmed as a false alarm it will always be treated as an emergency and responded to by the appropriate service or services. The National Police Chiefs Council also anticipates an enhanced collaborative response arising from the Tri-Service Control Centres: We welcome any opportunity to enable the blue light services to work more effectively together in the public interest . . .

They can concentrate expertise, save money, help deal with crises and share best practice. So, in short, this proposed drive towards a more joined-up response to emergencies intends to coordinate front-line services to yield more efficiencies in time-savings and management of personnel, with joint decision-making aimed to prioritise blue light call outs concentrated on inter-operable control rooms. Yet the question remains, will these new efficiencies be reciprocated by risk management in a renewed commitment to defeat false alarms in their communities by improving the functional integrity of the Automatic Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems (AFDS) on which the public rely? Hospitals Since the London Fire Brigade (LFB) introduced its penalty charging scheme for excessive false fire alarm call outs in January 2014, the potential for the LFB to collect millions in penalties from the worst culprits in the capital has remained a possible outcome (at present, for 2017, the scheme is suspended for review). Hospitals have been identified as responsible for the vast majority of the false alarms that the capital s firefighters are called out to. The LFB s figures from before the scheme s inception show that firefighters were called out, overall, to over 400 locations annually (each more than ten times) in response to false fire alarms, costing the brigade about 800,000. This frequency equates to a false alarm every 15 minutes in London. Overall, false alarms from automatic systems still account for around 40,000 call outs for the LFB every year, set against call outs of around half that number to real fires. The very latest LFB figures for cost recovery for non domestic premises generating 10 or more calls a year, continue to record a potential recovery value on average of approaching 500,000 in charges every 12 months.

Crying Wolf Unwanted Fire Signals that cry wolf in this manner place a vast burden on Fire and Rescue Services by unnecessarily tying up fire engines and firefighters on needless call-outs, when they may be needed at a genuine emergency. Sophisticated predictive technology reduces the problem by resolving potential problems before they arise That is why the pressure on risk management and, more particularly, Responsible Persons to cut the risks of false alarms is intensifying. What s more, by tolerating a norm of frequent needless fire alarm annunciations, negligent premises management can create a dangerous mood of apathy among staff that could very easily lead to widespread irresponsiveness should a real fire break out. Intelligence convergence for remote troubleshooting For responsible risk management, current best practice conditioned by ecological concerns seeks to reduce the impact on the environment that potentially arises from the life cycle of a fire system. Today, fire prevention is an essential element of Building Management Systems (BMSs) integrated with an IT infrastructure purposed to fully exploit Intelligence Convergence, allowing direct integration into intelligent buildings via any device capable of establishing an internet connection, granting risk management instant access to review the system, including the status of fire detection devices in real time. Current solutions encompass smart security systems such as access control/ID systems, video surveillance/analytics, intrusion detection, and life safety . . . all extending the capability for remote diagnostics that confer the ecological benefits of increased efficiency yielded by fault-free systems. For example: servicing, maintenance and false call outs all contribute to increased CO2 levels in the atmosphere leading to changes in global environmental conditions. These hazards can be significantly reduced by the use of sophisticated predictive technology, reducing the need to travel by allowing potential problems to be resolved before they arise.

Predictive technology can include the management of fire and security servicing inspection routines, false fire alarm interrogation and diagnosis, or the scheduling of system maintenance call-outs. At the same time, these examples of Intelligence Convergence can benefit users with the capability to support a full audit trail for traceability and regulatory compliance.

10 practical steps towards combating the false alarms menace As the latest statistics suggest, a number of remedies to stimulate behavioural change can be derived from analysis of common shortcomings at malfunctioning sites: Enhanced maintenance routines are evidently a priority, and certainly they re a key requirement embedded in any regular review a fire risk assessment in compliance with the Fire Safety Order Troubleshooting for predictive maintenance is facilitated by comprehensively monitored configurable Automatic Fire Alarm systems to ensure integrity of alarm device functionality, supported by EN 54-2 approved Analogue Addressable panels. Specification of sensing devices that further reduce susceptibility to false alarms by their embedded intelligence to discriminate between spurious fire events and genuine ones. Multisensors are the considered choice when replacing problem detectors; or the changing of devices from smoke to heat in certain locations when necessary. Specification of high-integrity fire data communications via accessible configurable networks whose performance to minimise false activations is defined by the highest reliability in resistance to outside interference. Constant reviews should be maintained as to change of use within premises because such changes can affect the sensitivity of detectors, requiring appointed fire alarm maintenance personnel to update/upgrade the system. Improved training of responsible risk management. Advise users of fire detection systems that these lifelines are connected to an ARC (Alarm Receiving Centre) and emphasise the gravity of an UFAS (automated unwanted fire alarm signal) resulting in a costly call out, endangering genuine call outs. More rigorous supervision of negligent testing of the system where the routine to take it off-line is persistently disregarded thus triggering a UFAS at the ARC.

Incorrect positioning of sensing/detecting devices contrary to specification s installation data. Unregulated misuse of premises: toasters, cigarette smoking, steam from kettle in office, even aerosol sprays (used by cleaning staff) near smoke detectors can cause false alarms. Arising from recommendations that both BS 5839-1:2013 and BS 9999:2017 lay emphasis on, accurate up-to-date Zone Plans for rapid orientation for building occupants and the emergency services alike are cited as key aids. Such plans should be adjacent to the control & indicating equipment and, as may be imagined, their prominent depiction of fire alarm zones that accurately match the physical layout within the building hasten the identification of the location of alarms in an emergency, whether real or false. Visit FIREX International for cutting-edge solutions, essential knowledge and the ability to grow your business by getting direct access to the whole fire safety industry. It is the perfect place to get your product in front of thousands of buyers, across a multitude of featured areas. From the brand new Drone Zone, the ARC Village, ASFP Passive Protection Zone, the Engineers of Tomorrow competition and more, it s all under one roof so you ll never miss a beat.

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Urban resilience: maintaining the flow of assets, information and people in megacities

Take a snapshot of a city on an ordinary day and you ll see people commuting from place to place, rubbish being collected, students attending class, electricity emerging at the flick of a switch and countless other activities, most invisible to even the most focused observer. In many ways, cities are all about the flow of assets, information and people. A lot of people.

Today, more than half of the world s population lives in an urban area. In a little over 30 years, this will rise to two thirds, and it s predicted that, as early 2030, our planet will have 41 megacities with well over 10 million inhabitants each. This is great news. After all, a successful city attracts businesses, fosters innovation and provides incredible opportunities for its citizens. But how do we construct and manage cities so that everything, and everyone, flows smoothly today and in the future? In short, how can we ensure that our cities will continue to succeed as they grow? After all, a city that works is a city you want to be in. A key indicator of success is a city s urban resilience. We know that the ability to get back to normal as quickly as possible following an incident, unplanned event or emergency is essential as it makes citizens feel safe and allows businesses to continue to thrive.

Gone are the days when urban safety was the sole responsibility of law enforcement And since cities are seen as hubs of commerce and leisure, heightened levels of crime or even the fear of crime can fundamentally undermine the quality of urban life for citizens. The challenge then is how to put systems and processes in place that keep our cities safe while allowing them to adapt and grow as populations increase and technology advances. How do we keep our cities resilient even as their make-up changes? Open communication and connection Increasingly, the resilience of cities depends on the open communication and connection between a wide variety of systems and organisations. Gone are the days when urban safety was the sole responsibility of law enforcement. Businesses, traffic control, public works, schools, transit authorities, hospital administrations and so on all have important roles to play and can add meaningful often vital input into any emergency response plan. For example, the earthquake and Tsunami that struck Japan in 2011 destroyed one of the country s main highways. Within six days of the disaster, as part of that country s emergency plan, it was completely repaired, including its road lane markings. This facilitated the movement of supplies and work crews into, and citizens out of, the affected area, thereby increasing their resilience.

Different agencies can end up working in silos, ultimately leading to breakdowns in communication While road markings might not be at the top of anyone s to-do list following a natural disaster, the Japanese government and other organisations were able to determine the best course of action required to address very real but not obvious problems through advanced communication and preparation. In many cities, however, and for a variety of reasons, we see stakeholders who are not collaborating with one another. Business leaders, city planners, municipal infrastructure leaders, fire departments and law enforcement can end up working in silos, ultimately leading to breakdowns in communication, missed opportunities and lapses in city security. This is felt most acutely during an emergency when silos turn into blind-spots and a lack of cooperation can create opportunities for criminal activity, making a city and its people more vulnerable. Bring stakeholders together Fortunately, we have also seen that, when we break down these silos and share information, great things can happen. As we ve seen in Detroit, a city can almost instantly lower its crime rate by connecting HD video from gas stations and convenience stores with law enforcement. This seemingly straightforward move has the added benefit of increasing public safety while helping local businesses thrive. As a result, a resilient city that embraces these new technologies, can yield stronger and safer communities where citizens want to reside and do business. Our task is to establish strong foundations that support and maintain the efficient flow of people, assets and ideas in our cities.

These foundations must allow our city and community stakeholders to communicate effectively both now and in the future. Because, when given the opportunity to share technology, resources and information, cities can significantly improve the way they meet challenges and solve problems making an ordinary everyday possible via extraordinary technologies and collaboration. Genetec is the official sponsor of Borders & Infastructure Expo, which debuts at IFSEC 2017 in June. Genetec are also exhibiting on stand F500 at the show, which takes place 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. Get your free badge now. Join other high-end security professionals at the launch of Borders & Infrastructure Expo In conjunction with Europe s most renowned security event , IFSEC International, B&I is addressing your critical needs for large scale security projects affecting national security, integrated systems, border protection and much more. You will have access to test the latest security innovations in; Physical & perimeter, Barriers & bollards, Command & control, Emergency response, Cyber solutions, Drones & UAVs, Transport security and much more.

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Using radar sensors in security applications: benefits and technical deployment

In depth For surveillance tasks in the safety and security field, radar sensors are often essential instruments. The benefits of radars are evident: radar is capable of detecting motion, measuring speed, distance and the angle of arrival as well as the direction of movement. Radar can work in adverse conditions like rain, fog and dust and is able to cover long range as well as close distance.

It preserves anonymity due to the fact, that it is not able to deliver high-resolution pictures from faces or license plates, which ensures its acceptance. Motion sensors for anti-burglary protection systems indoor or outdoor are very inexpensive components, which take advantage of the doppler effect. In this application, radar replaces more and more the Passive Infrared Sensors, which have established in the past because of their low price. Reliable Radar, however, is much more reliable, because it is not affected by thermal variations and it offers additional information like direction of movement and the actual speed, making detection safer and more robust. InnoSenT offers an innovative solution with the SMR series. SMR stands for surface-mountable radar and describes a tiny, 15mm x 20mm x 3mm, Radar frontend, which is delivered on tape and reel and which can automatically be pick-and-placed and soldered to the customer s PCB in a standard SMT process. This ultra-small device incorporates a complete 24GHz transceiver including a low noise amplifier. Persons can be safely detected in a distance of up to 15m. It consumes only 45mA from a 3.3V voltage source.

For power sensitive applications e.g. in battery powered systems the power consumption can be drastically reduced by operating the sensor in a pulsed mode. Using a duty cycle of 1:1000 or even less it is possible to reduce the average operating current to a few microamps. Three different antenna variants are available to cover a field of view ranging from 40 to 120 degrees. In case distance information is also necessary, the SMR can be supplied optionally as a VCO-transceiver, which can be frequency-modulated by applying an analog modulation signal to the VCO input. A frequency divider output, switchable between two different division ratios, gives the opportunity to read back the frequency or to operate the device in a phase locked loop. SMR: The surface-mountable radar For far range area surveillance the ISYS-3106 is a perfect choice. It is a full digital FSK- radar, which detects moving objects with a radial speed component of 0.25km/h up to 140km/h. The Frequency-Shift-Keying-modulation suppresses unwanted clutter from stationary objects very effectively.

A person is visible in up to 300m distance. The field of view (half power beamwidth) is 15 degrees in azimuth and 10 degrees in elevation. Broader view If a broader view is required, two sensors can be combined in a Master-Slave configuration. An object list as well as tracks of detected targets with range, speed and angle information is accessible via Ethernet interface. Due to the sensor s architecture, multiple objects can be captured, and they can be separated as long as they differ in speed or range. ISYS-3106: coverage of two sensors in master-slave configuration Real 3D-resolution (in range, speed and angle) can be achieved with MIMO-architectures, which have multiple inputs and multiple outputs. The ISYS-5010 is an example for a sophisticated MIMO-radar, which uses 4 receivers and 2 transmitters to generate 8 virtual antennas with an angular resolution of 16 degrees in azimuth. Two additional transmitters are used to extract the angle information in elevation. ISYS-5010: separation of objects in range, speed and angle The radar employs two-stage LNAs for each receive channel for lowest noise performance.

The distance and speed information are gained from a 2D-Fast-Chirp-FMCW modulation (frequency modulated continuous wave) capturing also non-moving objects in up to 55m distance. The sensor provides a target list on SPI and it can be configured via UART with the help of a supplied Graphical Users Interface. Many security applications can be covered with InnoSenT s standard product portfolio. On demand, customised developments will also meet exceptional challenges. Check out the latest radar sensors from InnoSenT at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find InnoSenT on stand F1180. Join other high-end security professionals at the launch of Borders & Infrastructure Expo In conjunction with Europe s most renowned security event , IFSEC International, B&I is addressing your critical needs for large scale security projects affecting national security, integrated systems, border protection and much more.

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Axis launches explosion-protected temperature alarm cameras: XF40-Q2901, XF60-Q2901 and XP40-Q1942

Critical national infrastructure AXIS XF60-Q2901 Axis Communications has launched three explosion-protected, temperature alarm and thermal network cameras for sensitive industrial areas: the XF40-Q2901, XF60-Q2901 and XP40-Q1942. Sectors/verticals Operators of industrial plants can monitor remote, inaccessible and sensitive areas for rapid incident response and protection of employees, machinery and critical industrial infrastructure. Features Fixed XF40-Q2901/XF60-Q2901 explosion-protected temperature alarm cameras Control and detect temperatures of equipment Identify pipe leaks Detect fire Monitor equipment Perimeter protection Visually inspect and verify functions and processes are running correctly Provide remote assistance with planned maintenance Pan/tilt XP40-Q1942 explosion-protected PT thermal network camera Detection of people in restricted areas and safety of personnel in hazardous areas Supports Electronic image stabilization, which greatly improves video quality in situations where a camera is subject to vibrations, providing smooth and comfortable live viewing Supports Axis Zipstream technology, which lowers bandwidth and storage requirements without compromising thermal imaging.

Integration Based on industry standards and open protocols, and protected in heavy-duty enclosure, the new cameras seamlessly integrate with existing Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) architectures, complementing with thermal technology. Compliance Axis explosion-protected thermal cameras and temperature alarm cameras offer worldwide certifications, meaning that the cameras are compliant with specific country regulations across the globe. Axis Communications says Industrial plant operators have a tremendously difficult task, says Martina Lundh, global product manager for thermal and explosion-protected cameras at Axis Communications. They need to ensure efficiency and continuity in large-scale, critical industrial processes, while meeting all health, safety and environmental regulations, across multiple locations and, often, across huge areas. Our new cameras deliver critical real-time information, allowing for immediate incident response which can prove to be a life-saving benefit. Availability The new explosion-protected cameras will be available through Axis distribution channels in May 2017. About Axis Communications Market leader in network video and pioneer in driving the shift from analogue to digital video surveillance. Axis offers network video solutions for professional installations featuring products and solutions based on innovative, open technical platforms. AXIS Communications collaborates with more than 65,000 partners in 179 countries, has employees in more than 40 countries and distributors in 70 countries.

Check out the latest thermal cameras and other surveillance solutions from Axis Communications at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find Axis on stand E1000. IFSEC is also launching Borders & Infrastructure Expo for its 2017 edition. Get your free badge now. Join other high-end security professionals at the launch of Borders & Infrastructure Expo In conjunction with Europe s most renowned security event , IFSEC International, B&I is addressing your critical needs for large scale security projects affecting national security, integrated systems, border protection and much more. You will have access to test the latest security innovations in; Physical & perimeter, Barriers & bollards, Command & control, Emergency response, Cyber solutions, Drones & UAVs, Transport security and much more. Click here to register your place now to join us at London Excel on 20 22 June 2017.