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SECURI T Y


THE LINX INTERNATIONAL


FRONTIER PITTS T: 01293 422800 E: sales@frontierpitts.com W: www.frontierpitts.com


GROUP Burgundy House, 6 Snellings Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey KT12 5JG


T: +44 (0)1932 225151 E: enquiries@linx-int.com W: www.linxinternationalgroup.com


Frontier Pitts is the British manufacturer of Security Gates, Automatic Barriers, Roadblockers, Rising & Static Bollards, Pedestrian Control Gates & Turnstiles, and the Anti Terra Hostile Vehicle Mitigation (HVM) range which has been successfully IWA14 & PAS68 impact tested. From the United Kingdom headquarters in Crawley, Sussex, Frontier Pitts can provide a complete range of services including design, site surveys, manufacture, installation and maintenance.


Linx International Group incorporates ARC Training, Perpetuity Training, Tavcom Training and Linx Consultancy. We deliver classroom, online and in-house training programmes to all sectors, relating to security management and security systems.


The changing nature of how security is perceived in the workplace means that increasingly, those from non-traditional security backgrounds and functions have a responsibility to understand security needs in their roles. Whether this is the FM Manager, HR Director or Head of Estates, the requirement to understand risk assessments, investigation protocols, and security systems now falls to a wider audience.


We understand that security awareness is fundamental to the culture of any organisation. Our training courses are designed to be interactive, engaging and provide a foundation level of understanding upon which learners can build according to their needs.


We look forward to discussing your requirements.


TOMORROW’S TOMORROW’S F A CI LI T I E S MANAGEMENT


RED RADIO York House, 140 High Town Road, Luton, Bedfordshire LU2 0DJ


T: 01582 481114 E: sales@red-radio.co.uk W: www.red-radio.co.uk


TOMORROW’S FM Zurich House, Hulley Road, Macclesfield, Cheshire SK10 2SF


T: 01625 426054 E: info@opusbm.co.uk W: www.tomorrowsfm.com


Red Radio, based in Bedfordshire, with additional sales and engineering facilities across the UK offers a nationwide service and offers the industrys’ best two way radio products at competitive prices, with in- house knowledge of total communications solutions spanning 35+ years, and unbeaten technical ability.


We supply from all the major manufacturers and our fully-trained, expert staff can guide you through any enquiry, offering unbiased advice based upon your specific individual needs and budget. In 2011 we launched our own brand of products starting with the “Lynx” series of professional radios which includes models: PT400 Licence-Free (PMR446), PT500 Lone Worker Radio, PT600 Lone-worker/Man-down radio and PT700 full systems radio.


Providing all the latest news stories and unique features to your desktop, tablet or smartphone, Tomorrow’s FM is your online Facilities Management magazine. Advertising alongside our editorially driven content ensures that your company or product goes out to our unrivalled readership of over 64,000 and keeps you in the eyes of the industry.


Not only do we have an unrivalled, quality readership spanning the UK and beyond but, with digital publishing, adverts no longer need be constrained to a page. With Tomorrow’s FM, the advertiser has the ability to enhance their advert with video demonstrations or animated products – a key advertising tool when actions can speak louder than words. And, if readers like what they see, your website and contact details are just a click away.


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