KeyPlus are pleased to confirm the appointment of Office Manager Alison Stansfield as we continue to expand coverage across Lancashire.
Building upon our Burnley and Blackburn client base and following the recent expansion into Preston, Chorley and Leyland, Alison will be leading the office administration team and developing our security services portfolio.
Brian Curran, Managing Director at KeyPlus said “Alison’s appointment comes on the back of a large growth period for us in 2016”.
“KeyPlus is stretching its wings across Lancashire so it’s important that we appointed an Office Manager with a focus on high quality service and personal client relationships”.
“This means Alison will be working closely with our Mobile Response Officers to ensure our ‘Fee Free Promise’ is in place. She will also work closely with clients to design bespoke services that work best for them”.
“With Alison’s experience and close attention to detail we can further develop our geographical coverage into Central and West Lancashire, employing more patrol officers and providing even faster response services”.
KeyPlus has already demonstrated its commitment to quality both as a service provider to clients and its own staff by being accredited to SIA Approved Contractor status and also as a Living Wage Employer.
To find out more about this appointment, new jobs created by KeyPlus, alarm response and key holder services, contact Alison Stansfield on 0800 783 1025.
About KeyPlus Security Ltd
KeyPlus provides professional security services, including key holding, alarm response and mobile patrols for commercial, industrial and public sector premises along with residential properties. KeyPlus take care of your security needs with a 24-hour, 365 days a year service. Find out more at http://www.KeyPlus.co.uk
About the SIA Approved Contractor Scheme
The Private Security Industry Act 2001 requires the SIA to establish a “system of inspection for providers of security services, under which those organisations who satisfactorily meet the agreed standards may be registered as approved, and may advertise themselves as such”. Find out more at SIA Approved Scheme KeyPlus
About Living Wage Foundation
In April 2016 the government introduced a higher minimum wage rate for all staff over 25 years of age inspired by the Living Wage campaign – even calling it the ‘national living wage’.
However, the government’s ‘national living wage’ is not calculated according to what employees and their families need to live.
Instead, it is based on a target to reach 60% of median earnings by 2020. Under current forecasts this means a rise to less than £9 per hour by 2020. For under 25s, the minimum wage rates also take into account affordability for employers.
The real Living Wage rates are higher because they are independently-calculated based on what people need to get by. That’s why we encourage all employers that can afford to do so to ensure their employees earn a wage that meets the costs of living, not just the government minimum. Find out more at http://www.livingwage.org.uk/what-living-wage