More and more companies are now turning to electronic door entry systems, leaving nobody responsible for turning the key at the end of the working day.
Who is responsible for ensuring the building is empty, alarms are set and the building is locked up securely?
Who is responsible for ensuring the building is empty, alarms are set and the building is locked up securely? At Nationwide, we take on that responsibility – arriving at the end of the working day to check that all windows have been closed, all fire doors are secure, roller shutter doors etc are fully secured, no taps in toilets or kitchen areas have been left running, portable fans and heaters have been switched of, etc. This service ensures your building is secured through your non-working hours.
As we exit the building, we ensure your alarms are set and all doors are locked.
We return to reverse the lock down procedure, unlocking doors, un-setting the alarm and leaving your premises on electronic door entry systems for staff access.