YORKSHIRE ELECTRONIC SECURITY SCHOOL CCTV OFFER.
Yorkshire Electronic Security are working together with many local schools around Yorkshire to improve their security. Following a recent ofsted report, too many schools are being marked down for not having a “first line” of defence against unwanted visitors i.e. Gate Automation, intercom systems, door release devices and CCTV.
Managing Director Steve Hepworth says “After consulting with Kingsland School in Wakefield and Highfield School in Ossett we are prepared to extend our limited offer this month. YES will complete a free, no obligation security survey, to any school who replies “please contact ” to our newsletter.
YES were kept extremely busy by local Schools in the summer break last year improving security standards. Now is the time to think about what improvements can be made to your School.
“Back of the Netto”
YES were commissioned by the Scandinavian food giant Netto to install a 15 metre long x 2.4 metre high galvanised, palisade, cantilever sliding gate. This is to be installed at their brand new purpose built superstore in Harehills, Leeds. This cantilever sliding gate is the largest gate of its kind ever to be installed in the uk by the Netto food chain.
No Trouble at tÂ´Millgarth
West Yorkshire Police entrusted YES to install a high security access control system to one of their Regional Intelligence Offices at Millgarth Police Station, Leeds. Liaisons between the WYP Security Systems Administrator and YES TAC technician, Kevin Ince ensured a smoothly installed and programmed system therefore reducing any valuable down-time.
YES were asked to carry out intercom works at the Fever FM Radio Station in Leeds. Cost was an overall issue to the intercom system as Fever FM is a registered charity. However YES were willing to reduce the price of the labour cost while still installing a high quality intercom system. Our thanks go out to Jab and all the crew for all their hospitality during the works.