Securikey exhibited at the end of February at the Secured by Design ATLAS Event which was held at the Cotswolds Water Park, a lovely scenic location and a great venue for us inside the Kingfisher Suite.
Organiser of the event heralded it as the ‘biggest and best’ yet – bringing together nearly 200 Designing Out Crime Officers (DOCOs) and hundreds of security products from more than 50 SBD member companies. Every member company exhibiting their SBD accredited products had the opportunity to meet every DOCO and explain how their products could be used to deter and reduce crime and build safer communities.
It was a busy couple of days for Securikey with our Sales Managers Michael Joel and Andy Hoddy on hand to answer questions about our range of physical security products with SBD police-approved accreditation, including convex security mirrors, key control systems and our bestselling Mini Vault cash safe.
The table on our Stand showed a selection of our SBD police approved products, plus all visitors were able to take away a selection of literature including our product guide, leaflets and price list. As part of our new corporate look we also debuted our new-look roller banners and literature which received positive feedback from other Exhibitors and delegates.
Securikey also featured their SBD approved Convex Security Mirrors in the printed SBD Guide, which was distributed at the Event to all Exhibitors and delegates.
As part of the two day event Secured by Design hosted a workshop session at ATLAS whereby the delegates were asked to complete a questionnaire based on questions set by the exhibitors, this proved popular on our stand with our list of six questions that were set by our Managing Director Jeremy Cassady:
Q: What was the name of the test house that allowed Securikey mirrors to gain SBD accreditation?
A: SKG Holland
Q: Where was the Securikey Mini vault independently tested and to what standard?
A: Sold Secure EN14450 -S2
Q: What is the product model number of Convex Security Mirror used extensively across the London Underground / TFL?
A: M500CD Wall dome
Q: Name 3 key uses for Securikey Strongrooms?
A: Safety deposit centre / Pharmaceutical storage / Watch & Jewellery distributors
Q Which model of Master Lock key safe is SBD approved?
Q: Securikey Euro Grade safes are tested to EN1143-1. Where did the testing take place?
A: VdS Germany
For over 40 years Securikey has been combining their technical expertise and knowledge of security with ongoing product development and testing, with over 150 products across the product ranges approved by Secured by Design.
For more information on any of our SBD accredited products please email email@example.com or telephone 01252 311 888