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SBES is looking for an energetic, self-motivated alarm installer to join our installation team For more details see Vacancies
SBES is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office ensuring that we follow correct procedures and security regarding data/information we hold. For more details see Certfication
The British Safety Council (BSC) has created an interactive workshop to help managers at all levels understand the risks and legal requirements when managing lone workers. This workshop provides tools, skills and strategies to enable them to assess specific lone working risks, proactively engage with their lone workers, promote safe behaviours and ensure appropriate and effective risk management. This core knowledge workshop can be delivered in your workplace. SBES with their site-base, personal use and buddy system lone worker alarms are members of the British Safety Council. For more information on the BSC workshops visit: https://www.britsafe.org/products/managing-lone-working-risks/
SBES have upgraded their Quality Management System certification from ISO9001:2008 to ISO9001:2015 certification, valid until December 2020. For more details see Certfication
Lone workers can enjoy ATEX-compliant protection. In the UK there are currently hundreds of lone workers working in explosive environments. As well as being surrounded by potential hazards such as gas/fume leaks, explosions, electrical hazards, and trip and slip hazards, these personnel are often working at unsocial hours. Protection for lone workers working within such environments is of paramount importance, but is often overlooked. For the full story - see pdf below.
Fixed alarm point system will save time in the event of workplace incidents SBES is pleased to announce the release of the SBES Emergency First Aid Call System, an innovative alarm system aimed at saving vital initial minutes in the event of a workplace emergency. For the full story - see pdf below.
Data centres, server rooms and communication rooms seem a safe working environment – not so, according to lone worker alarm specialists SBES. For the full story - see pdf below.