YES uncover “Top-Tips”
Eliminating “fly-tipping” is never an easy job to undertake, but when YES were commissioned to install a high quality CCTV at a local farm situated near the White Rose Shopping Centre in Leeds the results proved to be quite staggering.
Several people have been successfully apprehended and prosecuted in conjunction with the West Yorkshire Police Force, Leeds City Council and the farm owner via the CCTV system.
Prosecuted individuals have included a local fast food restaurant, members of the public and illegal rubbish removal companies.
This system monitors any vehicles driving up the partially secluded lane and logs the registration number of all vehicles. This information can then be recorded on DVD format and handed to the Police and the Council, who have up to present secured 100% successful prosecutions.
There is no reason whatsoever for any persons to fly-tip as the local council provides several sites for the public and businesses to correctly dispose of their waste which can be easily found on the Leeds City Council website.
YES engineers have recently replaced a wireless access control system at an electronic forensic company based in West Yorkshire.
The client was not entirely happy with his current wireless door access system and decided to change it to the Paxton Access Net 2 Classic system. This particular system ensured instant event monitoring through any of the doors therefore improving the integrity of the system’s use. Using a Windows based software this created an easy to use database for the administrator to manage.
“Access all areas”
After serving one of the largest County Councils in the North of England, YES have been contracted to source, supply, install and commission an access control system and manufacturer for extensive works to over 70 remote sites within the County Council’s “footprint”. This footprint covers an area of over 800 square miles and will be one of the largest transitions in access control to be undertaken in the UK in recent years.
YES have been contacting prospective companies over the past couple of weeks with Phase 1 to be “rolled out” in February 2011. Phase 1 will involve the conversion of roughly 25% of the original access control systems’ 1250 doors being replaced seamlessly with a “rolling-programme” running until full project completion in spring 2013.
The prospective access control system must be capable of handling over 80,000 persons distributed throughout the County Council buildings with some perimeter doors requiring up 10,000 users. The system must also have the capacity to integrate existing intruder alarm systems, CCTV telemetry and video, BMS compatibility and many other monitoring genres.
Prospective access control manufacturers have been sent a “Scope of Works” and “System Requirement Schedule” and YES require these by return no later than noon on Friday 31st December 2010. If you feel your access control company can fulfil the system requirements and have not been contacted in the first instance, then we advise you to send us any company literature before noon on Friday October 22nd 2010. This should then give your company enough to time to prepare any costing and documentation YES require before the December 31st deadline.