Commsec Ironworks

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In society today, the era of high-tech security, it still remains true that physical security is one of the best deterrents to crime...

Latest News

  • We were pleased to receive warm praise from our longstanding customer, Bolton at Home's Vanessa Leyland who said: "I was very impressed by the gates at View Street - this is the sturdiness we need for our other streets! Thanks again!"...
  • Commsec Ironworks was very proud to receive such a glowing reference from its customer, St Patrick's Roman Catholic Primary School. We have worked extensively with the school over many years and have recently completed further play ground works and...
  • Commsec Ironworks, the metal fabrication arm of Community Security Group was called to assist local school, St Brigids, when the Beswick primary school needed more playground security recently. In response to an OFSTED recommendation, Head Teacher,...
    Safe at play at St Brigids
  • Community Security Group has announced that it has joined forces with Alzheimer's Society to raise funds for the charity and to help increase awareness. At a presentation held at The Security Park in Beswick, CSG's Myles Hartley handed over the...
    Commsec promises to remember Alzheimer's Society in 2012

Retailers need security

Community Security Group has been at the forefront of retail security for over 20 years and has reported a marked increase in the number of local retailers that have signed up for new security systems, from CCTV systems and intruder alarms, to physical security products such as roller shutters, window grilles and barriers. LLG Wheelchairs is a good example. From a shop on Kirkhall Lane, Leigh, it sells a range of  motorised scooters and wheelchairs to local and UK-wide customers and has done so since 1983. Manager, Gary Blood, approached Commsec recently to help him resolve problems he was encountering such as stock theft and an increased criminal element that were negatively affecting his business. Commsec recommended a CCTV system that could monitor activity throughout the store during opening hours, with the additional benefit that the premises could be monitored remotely after hours. Gary stated: "Commsec has installed a simple but effective dome camera system that covers every nook and cranny in the store, including vulnerable areas like the cash point and the images are relayed to the back office where I can monitor them throughout the day. At night, I can acess the system via my PC or mobile phone to check that my premises are safe and all images are recorded and stored off site". There are other benefits too and he adds: "The health and safety aspect of my business has improved and I am more at ease knowing that I am offering better protection for my staff and customers." LLG Wheelchairs is not the only retailer enjoying the benefits of improved security. Bonnie's Cafe and City Chippy in Beswick have also signed up for new security systems with Commsec. Chris Lennon of Commsec explained: "Our systems are very smart, yet simple to install and operate. They offer a range of benefits to retailers who feel the need to improve their store security; they are an effective deterrent against theft and vandalism and can play an important role in any prosecution process."

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