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Starting up in lockdown
29th May 2020
It isn’t news to say that lockdown has affected locksmithing just as much as any profession. One forward thinking business owner however, has taken advantage of the extra time; by combining a ‘simple’ idea with a little bit of lateral … Continue reading

Theft at Hadden Hill Golf Course thwarted by The uWatch Cube
29th May 2020
Secured by Design (SBD) member company uWatch have another success to add to their portfolio of crimes prevented, with their uWatch Cube thwarting a theft at a golf club. On Thursday 7 May at 21:06hrs the Hadden Hill Golf Club … Continue reading

Online ironmongery course boosts skills for furloughed workers
29th May 2020
Locksmiths affected by the coronavirus crisis are being encouraged to utilise online training resources to upskill in preparation for the industry’s recovery phase. Nearly two thirds (64%) of companies in the construction industry that are still trading have furloughed staff, according to the latest statistics from the ONS. But learning new skills … Continue reading

New hardware kits take the confusion out of fire door specification
29th May 2020
Fire doors are a life-saving feature, engineered to hold back flames and smoke allowing evacuation and access routes to remain clear for fire and rescue services, and helping to protect people and property. It is imperative that all fire door … Continue reading

Trike donation to young boy living with cerebral palsy
29th May 2020
Three-year-old Jack Hampton from Kings Lynn in Norfolk received a very special surprise recently which will help him to lead a more independent life; a specially adapted trike, which was purchased on his behalf by the Videx Charitable Trust. The … Continue reading

Unlocking restrictions in Ireland
29th May 2020
My name is Morgan O Donovan I’m the current chairman of the Irish Locksmith Organisation for the last two years. I really enjoy reading not only your intros; but also the articles so I wanted to send you our Irish … Continue reading

Good security, built in layers
15th May 2020
Burg-Wächter, one of Europe’s largest security product manufacturers, is delighted to announce it has joined Secured by Design (SBD), the national police crime prevention initiative. Burg-Wächter is a recognised brand in 26 countries around the world.  The company operates from … Continue reading

‘Business as usual’ for Door & Hardware Federation amid COVID-19 challenge
15th May 2020
Door & Hardware Federation (DHF) is keen to reiterate to its members and the wider industry that, despite the challenges faced by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s very much ‘business as usual’.  Just two weeks ago, the proactive Tamworth-based trade association … Continue reading

Yale puts its capabilities to the test with a new large scale testing rig
15th May 2020
Bigger and better than ever before, Yale’s all new commercial test rig opens the way for superior capabilities, smarter testing and greater opportunities. Using its new super scale testing rig, Yale is able to ensure customers of the durability, capability … Continue reading

Unwavering security during flexible working
15th May 2020
With the recent increase in flexible working, facilities managers are seeing lower occupancy levels in properties across the country. Colin Campbell, Managing Director of Codelocks, talks about what this means for security – and how access control technology can help … Continue reading
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