|Asset Marking Labels||Safety Signs||Pedestrian & Traffic Control|
|Hazardous Substance Control||Site Maintenance||Workwear, Personal Protective Equipment & Protective Clothing|
|Floor Safety||Fire Safety||Handling, Access & Storage|
|First Aid||Display & Presentation||Security|
|Risk Assessment & Safety Training||Labels & Identification||General Information Signs|
|Janitorial & Hygiene||Lockout / Tagout||Pipeline Marking|
|Waste Management||Mega Deals|
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Security in the workplace is wide reaching, covering such areas as violence, theft and an Employer’s obligations under the Data Protection Act 1998.
Data Protection Act 1998
Covering the use of CCTV - to ensure the personal rights of employees, employers must adhere to the ‘Data Protection Act 1998’.
Violence in the Workplace
It is the employer’s duty to ensure that the threat of violence in the workplace is controlled and reduced to a minimum.
Theft in the Workplace
Workplace theft continues to spiral year on year, due to employee dishonesty. Thefts are significant in areas involved in cash handling and book keeping.
Driving with a Mobile Phone
It is an employers duty to not expect employees to use a handheld phone while driving and to forbid them from using such equipment on company business, failure to do so could mean that the employer is liable.