NEW: A Quarter of a Century of Innovation and Added Value Security
|IFSEC International 2018
18th-21st June 2018
|International Security Expo
28th-29th November 2018
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A Quarter of a Century of Innovation and Added Value Security
SHE Shallow Frame Access Covers
NEW: An original innovative solution – Shallow frame access cover
Telecoms Security: Assuring the Physical Protection of a Dynamic Network, from Cable Landing Station to Data Centre
NEW: Telecoms Security: Assuring the Physical Protection of a Dynamic Network
Foundations to Securing 21st Century Water Assets
Ever increasing demands for greater functionality, adaptability and speed of installation from security enclosures, access covers and associated products for protecting vital process, storage and distribution assets.
Rail – Physical Resilience in a Digital Age
Digital railway, with all that it promises, highlights the need for operational resilience.
Working Together to Ensure Superior Performance
Technocover security doors meet high standards of asset protection at a wind farm in South Wales.
Physical Protection of Water Assets: It’s Vital To Meet Operational As Well As Security Needs
Physical Protection of Water Assets
Hill & Smith Holdings PLC acquire Technocover
Latest LPCB Certificates Presented
LPCB certificates presented for LPS 1175, Issue 7, SR4 enclosures, cages and mesh door sets
Upsizing Security – and the Rise of Off-site Assembly
Focus on cost, innovation and collaboration brings new meaning to outside-the-box thinking
Neat Box of Tricks
With a year of Control Period 5 under its belt, the rail industry is working hard on new targets
Securing Energy Infrastructure
Long-term resilience of UK electricity supply also depends on effective physical security
Sizing Up the AMP6 Challenge
Drive for greater cost-efficiency under AMP6 likely to favour suppliers with broad shoulders
Securing Energy Assets
With mounting reliance on alternative energy, it is vital to ensure that assets are resilient
Asset Protection for Nuclear Power
Modern day threats to CNI demand highest standards of physical protection in the nuclear sector.
Early Involvement Benefits Security Kiosk Programme
Early consultation between Technocover and the client identified an opportunity to maximise offsite construction of high security steel UltraSecure kiosks, resulting in significant programme savings on a recent critical asset project.
Powys Security Specialist Benefits from Skills Investment
Skills development at security specialist, Technocover, has been boosted with a second consecutive Welsh funding award for workforce training.
The Challenge: Securing Ageing Structures
Protection of two impounding reservoirs constructed in the late 1800s using modern-day thinking.
Votre eau est-elle en sûreté ?
Votre eau est-elle en sûreté ? Une interviw de Michael Miles, directeur général de société Technocover, spécialisé dans la fabrication d'accès sécurisés
How Secure is Your Water?
English translation of 'Votre eau est-elle en sûreté ?' – How Secure is Your Water? An interview with Michael Miles, Managing Director of security specialists Technocover
Health and Safety Alert
Issue 7 DV access cover shroud
Hardening Access to Critical National Infrastructure
Physical access protection and growing integration with access control as part of CNI security
Technocover at Counter Terror Exhibition – CTX 2014
At Counter Terror 2014, Technocover demonstrated how the design of physical security is evolving
LPCB Certificate Award for Technocover at International Security Show
Official presentation of Technocovers latest LPCB Issue 7 certification at CTX 2014
The Nuts and Bolts of Security – A Strong Cabinet
CCTV, station policing and asset surveillance play an important role in rail security. But
New Launches for Technocover
New Launches for UK leader in total service solutions for the physical protection of CNI ...
The Last Line of Defence: How Well is Your Business Protected?
There are few guarantees when it comes to managing risk and improving business resilience
£350k Plant and Process Investment for Security Specialists
Technocover ... investing £350,000 in new plant and proceses.
Towering Feat of Security for Wessex Water
A floating platform held the key to security upgrades of valve towers at impound reservoirs – built more than 100 years ago.
Technocover Aiming for LPCB Issue 7 Certification of Its Water Engineering Covers for Security Levels 2, 3 and 4
Technocover has successfully completed testing to LPS 1175 issue 7 of its full range of UltraSecure upstand covers and flush fit covers for security ratings (SR) 2, 3 and 4.
Comment – Putting the Door into Adorable
Water, power, transport and other parts of the national infrastructure set the bar when it comes to securing assets, writes Michael Miles, director of Technocover.
Put a Lid On It
With the popularity of biomass heating growing, Michael Miles asks: “What about the ancillary equipment playing supporting role in the success of the renewable energy revolution?”
Decked Out for Safety
Management of an outfall chamber valve on River Parrett has been made safer, easier and more secure for Environment Agency personnel with the installation of a special access platform from Technocover.
Accredited Physical Security Solutions
Accredited Physical Security Solutions – Water, power, transport, telecommunication and other parts of the Critical National Infrastructure set the bar when it comes to securing assets, writes Michael Miles, Managing Director of Technocover.
Leaders in the Business of Water Protection
Leaders in the Business of Water Protection – As the industry prepares for AMP 6, a key player in the evolution of third party certificated security products to ‘harden’ UK water infrastructure is approaching its own landmark.
Lock it up ... Bolt it down
Lock it up ... Bolt it down – Michael Miles describes how physical security is essential to protect utility infrastructure from terrorists, espionage, theft and misadventure.