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NEWWAY TO ACHIEVE SPD CERTIFICATION


CENSolutions, together with ER Certification and Wintech, now offers certification to satisfy the requirements of Secured by Design (SBD).


Wayne Rogerson, joint managing director


of CENSolutions, said: “We are thrilled to add the Secured by Design certification to our already wide range of services.


“One of the main objections we hear from window and door manufacturers interested in achieving SBD is that charges by current certification providers are prohibitively high.


We can address this by using the benefits of our low overhead business model to give customers a much more cost effective way of achieving the certification


“Our CMS Quality Mark saw rapid growth during 2011 as manufacturers realised they could achieve a more assured level of compliance at a significantly reduced cost. During 2012 we plan to build on this success by launching a new series of products that will include the CMS Mark being offered at three levels - Gold, Silver and Bronze. We will be releasing more


information about these schemes very soon, but the Secured by Design certification forms an important part of this new package.”


www.censolutions.com


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LONE WORKER AREA TO FEATURE AT IFSEC


Brand new at IFSEC 2012 in May will be the Lone Worker Protection Area offering seminar sessions and a range of products and solutions for end users.


This new feature is being sponsored by Connexion2 , a leader in lone working security and developer of the Identicom lone worker device.


“Millions of people in the UK are now


working alone,” explained Craig Swallow, managing director of Connexion2.


“Lone workers exist in almost every business area including transport, utilities, housing, facilities management, retail and healthcare.”


“We are delighted to be the inaugural sponsor of this important product area, which serves to raise the profile of the lone worker within IFSEC International, showcases the importance of BS 8484 within the UK and the continuing interest in the lone worker industry on a global basis.”


TROJAN LAUNCH INNOVATIVE DOOR KNOCKER


The Trojan Group has just added a door knocker to its all stainless steel range of door furniture. Called the Face Fix Door Knocker, its unique design removes the need for installers to drill through the entire door when fitting.


As every installer knows, fitting the hinges, handles and door accessories such as the door knocker to a door can take a lot of time. Trojan recognises this and all its products are designed to save the installer time and money.


The Face Fix Door Knocker can be fitted in a matter of moments because there’s no need to drill through the entire door. It’s completely secure when installed, but should


it need to be removed for any reason, that’s quick and straightforward too.


The Face Fix Door Knocker is part of


Trojan’s all stainless steel range, which also includes a letterplate, t-hinge, door handle, letters and numbers to allow the installer to create a stylish, uniform and – above all – durable look. So confident is Trojan in the corrosion resistance and durability that the range offers, every product in it comes with a 25+ year guarantee.


Available in a full choice of finishes including polished and brushed gold (PVD), polished and brushed stainless steel, white and black, it has the versatility to suit any house for years to come.


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Trojan’s stainless steel range has been extremely well-received by the market and the introduction of the Face Fit Door Knocker looks like its success will continue.


T » 01922 713933 www.trojan-hardware.com


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The special feature area is being


developed in conjunction with the BSIA Lone Worker Steering Group and its chairman, Patrick Dealtry.


Products on display will include risk


control measures and device-based solutions for protecting lone workers and minimising the risks they face on a daily basis.


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