Reliable Access Control for your Commercial Gates

When your commercial gates are either manually locked or locked shut by automation motors, you will need to use at least one method of access control.

There are several methods used to control entry and exit, for both clients and employees, namely:

  • Proximity Card Readers
  • Audio & Video Entry Panels
  • Coded Keypads
  • Underground Vehicle Detection Loops
  • Time Clocks
  • Push-Button Access
  • Remote Hand Transmitters
  • Standard High Security Key Locks
  • Tablet, Smartphone & Laptop Access

Any of the above methods can be supported by CCTV if required.

In order to determine the best access control system for your business, we look forward to meeting you for a free survey of your premises.

For advice about access control, call 01462 816571

We can arrange a no-obligation site visit to quote the best system for your business

Business Access ControlNEW - Mobile Access Control

We now offer the ability to operate all the security functions of your business via mobile devices.

Simply login to the CameConnect app or website portal from your company smartphones, tablets or laptops and you can link up securely.

You can view CCTV camera footage, ensure the premises is alarmed, or even adjust the temperature and lower the shutters, all from anywhere in the world!

Contact us today to see how we can integrate and connect your business.

Constructionline Certified

Constructionline is one of the UK's best known registers for qualified contractors and consultants used by the construction industry of the United Kingdom.

At Safe & Secure Systems, we ensure our membership is always up-to-date, offering customers peace of mind and assurance of our quality service.

SafeContractor Approved

Registration as a SafeContractor means we have successfully demonstrated our health and safety competence to new and existing clients.

SafeContractor is one of the largest contractor accreditation schemes in the UK, giving our clients recognition of our safe and reliable working practices.