Lockers offer basic security for personal items, clothes and equipment. When choosing a locker, you'll need to factor in a number of different considerations: what will be stored there, who will be using the lockers and what conditions they'll be exposed to. From school lockers through uniform lockers to industrial storage and cabinets for hazardous materials, this handy overview will help you make the best choice.
Key cabinets range from simple mild steel storage boxes intended to deter only the most casual theft to sturdy cases with multiple anti-theft defences. The array of different options can be confusing, initially; in this article, we outline the different types of key cabinet on offer, with information on construction and lock types as well as tips on proper installation.
A convex blindspot mirror lets you keep an eye on areas of your premises that would otherwise be hidden from view behind obstacles such as shelving units or parked vehicles. By mounting a convex mirror, you can monitor activity in these concealed areas more effectively. Different mirrors are available for different situations, such as indoors or outdoors, wall mounted or mounted on a pole. In this article, we'll give you the information you need to choose a convex blindspot mirror that's appropriate for your needs.
How safe are your car keys? A thief with access to the keys to your vehicle can steal anything that you have left inside, as well as taking the vehicle itself. Of particular interest to customers in the vehicle rental or motor industry, this guide discusses different options for keeping vehicle keys secure when not in use, including conventional and electronic key safes and tips on choosing the right key cabinet.
This handy FAQ answers the most common queries regarding convex mirrors, whether you are considering a mirror or already have some installed. Learn about angles of reflection, the differences between mirrors for indoor and outdoor use, different materials such as acrylic and how to keep a convex mirror clean.
Most businesses have data backup systems in place; but backing up your data is only part of the story. Data backups need to be regular and effective. If your backups aren't kept in a secure location (preferably offsite), you could lose valuable data - and you may not be in compliance with regulations governing data storage. Here is a list of crucial questions that businesses need to ask themselves about the security of their data backups.