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The ExcluSec Group, a soft services provider based in Bolton, has launched an offer to support local businesses during the coronavirus outbreak.
As the family owned firm says, more organisations are following the UK Government’s coronavirus advice and encouraging as many of their employees as possible to work from home. Some businesses have already closed their buildings for the foreseeable future and others will be doing so shortly. This poses security concerns with respect to the company’s assets, the company points out.
In Bolton, The ExcluSec Group are offering a free key-holding service for any of their commercial neighbours. The keys will be held securely, in accordance with industry standards, until normal working patterns return. There will be a small charge should response officers be called out to respond to a building alarm.
James Bancroft, Group Managing Director, The ExcluSec Group said: “We want to help our local community during these unprecedented, worrying times. Providing business owners and managers with peace of mind that their premises are being looked after seems a way that we can use our processes and resources to support them.”
About the firm
ExcluSec holds Security Industry Authority (SIA) Approved Contractor status (ACS) for provision of Key Holding, Security Guarding and Door Supervision services. The firm is a member of the National Association of Security Dog Users (NASDU) and the ACS Pacesetters group of high-scoring ACS contractors.