CUSTOMERS SAFE Trigion Security Service, a UK-based fire and security company that is part of the international Facilicom Group, is providing customers with the very latest in fully integrated fire and security solutions, throughout the country.

Based in southeast London, the company is a family-owned business with family values at its core.

The company provides a true single source fire and security solution, controlled and co-ordinated through its 24hr in-house security operations and monitoring centre. It operates a full range of fire and security services, which includes:

● Active and passive fire protection systems.

● Electronic security systems. ● Manned security services.

● Key-holding and emergency response services.

Trigion is accredited to NSI Gold Standard for its manned and electronic security solutions, SIA approved and a member of the Fire Industry Association.

Trigion operates throughout the UK and Europe and is one of Europe’s largest privately-owned fire and security businesses. Established in The Netherlands in 1966 and still owned and run by the founder’s family.

Its UK customer portfolio primarily comprises ‘blue chip’ commercial and industrial companies, construction businesses, educational establishments, hotels, public sector organisations, facilities and property management companies. The security specialist also provide bespoke and highly personalised solutions to high net worth residential customers, and owners of historic properties, where discrete and aesthetically pleasing installations are of the utmost importance.

Trigion looks after the interests of a broad range of customers, each with very different requirements, from

car importers, and manufacturing plants, to offices and warehouses. It also maintains a number of large mixed-use environments, where residential, retail and commercial premises coexist together. These represent some of the company’s most interesting and challenging environments and managing these is something it believes it truly excels at.

Risk assessments

At Trigion, a good fire safety strategy should start with a professional fire risk assessment. Assessments encompass everything from the human risk factor, to the structural and locational considerations of your premises. It thoroughly inspects and comments on the existing range of passive and active fire protection measures installed, and assesses their overall effectiveness, together with their compliance to current regulations and standards.

Trigion’s range of fire protection services

The company provides a total fire protection solution, encompassing the installation, preventative maintenance and reactive service of the following range of fire protection measures:

● Fire detection and alarm systems ● Wireless fire alarm systems

● Specialist fire detection systems for manufacturing plants

● Aspirating smoke detection systems

● VA/PA systems ● Refuge systems ● Emergency lighting systems ● Fire doors, curtains and barriers ● Fire stopping

● Regulatory and instructional signage

● Fire dampers ● Automatic opening vents ● Smoke extraction systems

● Automatic fire suppression systems

● Portable fire extinguishers

In these difficult times, where ‘cash is very definitely king’, the company is offering customers the option of capex free installation solutions for most fire system installations. This is a highly competitive solution, with a single monthly payment being made of a pre-agreed time of up to five years.

Trigion says it prides itself in providing each of our customers with a truly individual service, and one that is specifically tailored to meet your precise operational and budgetary requirements, with customers and staff at the heart of everything it does.

If you’d like to experience Trigion’s unique approach to keeping you safe, please contact Jason Clarke on: 07870 350451. TOMORROW’S FM | 25

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