Panic alarms offer reassurance to lone workers and prevent situations from escalating by triggering instant alerts to the police.
A Plus Security work with a range of sectors, including commercial, corporate, government, and high profile individuals to provide optimal security and peace of mind
- Where panic systems should be used - Panic alarms help minimise harm to staff and valuables by summoning help in an emergency without drawing attention. They are integral in corporate settings occupied by lone workers or in environments where confrontation is commonplace. Common environments include security checkpoints, delivery and receiving areas, executive offices, customer service counters, or settings where cash or values are received, processed, or stored
- Integrate with other systems for maximum protection - For high-risk environments, panic alarms can be integrated with additional systems to maximise security. When paired with CCTV, live footage can be recorded upon activation of the alarm and sent to the CCTV controller – where they can assess and respond to the situation in real-time When integrated with access control, doors can be automatically locked during forceful entry to prevent the situation from escalating, keeping individuals safe until the emergency services attend the scene.