The beauty of key holding, is that it’s easy to explain - the clue is in the name! So how does it work? It’s simple… A professional key holding company will take a set [...]
2019 was a great year for us here at KeyPlus. From securing a contract with Lancashire County Council to expanding our reach as far as Morecambe and Bradford, our team of security experts [...]
Building a business takes a lot of time and effort, so it makes sense to protect it as best you can. Hiring a security services provider is a great step towards securing your [...]
Dark nights and shorter days can take their toll on even the hardiest of business owners. It’s tough enough running a business but when 6am feels like the dead of night, it can [...]
Are you still thinking about hiring a security services provider? For those who are new to business security services, the thought of putting your trust in someone else can be daunting, but with [...]
Ready to make some changes to your business security strategy this Easter? Even small changes can make a big difference! Here are 5 cracking ways to improve your security and help keep your [...]
What does SIA mean? SIA is an acronym for the Security Industry Authority – a national organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry. An independent body who report to the Home Secretary, [...]
Top tips for keeping your business secure in 2019 With the New Year upon us, it’s a great time to reflect on things to change or improve during the next 12 months. Whether [...]
Following continued business growth, KeyPlus have made another key appointment installing Neil Windsor as Operations Director.
KeyPlus owner Brian Curran has continued his promise to voluntarily go further than the government minimum wage requirement.
Do you expect the Police to attend your property whenever the alarm activates? If you do, it’s important you understand when the Police will and won’t attend.
With the cold and rainy winter firmly upon us, many business owners and Human Resource departments are reviewing their security and health and safety provision.
Employees can and do say No! What’s your backup plan? Health and safety, lone working and work/life balance all come into play now and we have a responsibility and duty of care to safeguard employees well-being.