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Supra UK are among the exhibitors at the first Security TWENTY 19 event of the year, the Midlands conference and exhibition ST19 Birmingham, at the Hilton Metropole Hotel at the Birmingham NEC campus, pictured. Supra UK are showing their range of access products.
Running from 8.30am on Thursday, February 21, the exhibition is free to visit whether you’re a consultant or specifier, security manager or installer, or anyone wanting to keep up to date about the UK private security sector. A conference from 10am will bring together industry speakers and is aimed at informing end users, purchasers and those who specify security products. Supra UK will be exhibiting at the event, to discuss how its security solutions can support the sector.
Visitors will be able to view the UK police-accredited Supra P500 KeySafe. Suitable for short-term rentals and small business use, the key safe provides a secure method of externally storing keys to a building, the makers say. Offering an attack resistant insert an optional alarm, the key safe also comes with an integral code cover, which shields the code changing mechanism from unauthorised staff or tenants.
Nicola Parsons, head of marketing for Supra UK, said: “We are delighted to be a part of Security TWENTY 19 this year. It is a fantastic opportunity to showcase our range of key safes and demonstrate how safety and security is our main focus. Visitors can learn how our key safes can provide vital support to both small commercial businesses, as well as homeowners.”
Also on the stand will be the Supra C500 KeySafe. This key safe allows anyone who has regular authorised visitors to the home, such as carers, nurses or family members, to provide safe and secure access. This means the product firm adds that individuals no longer have to answer the door to strangers and the code needed to access the keys can be changed at any time.
Organiser Liz Lloyd asks that anyone thinking of attending register online beforehand or email firstname.lastname@example.org, to help with gauging numbers for catering; the day includes a free hot buffet lunch and mid-morning tea for the conference break. Visit https://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/birmingham/.
Confirmed speakers include the Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter, whose recent publications include updated guidance on the use of domestic CCTV; SSAIB inspectorate Chief Executive Alex Carmichael; and lone worker safety consultant Nicole Vazquez of Worthwhile Training.