Corps Monitoring launches KeySafe – an integrated key holding solution

Corps Monitoring launches KeySafe – an integrated key holding solution
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Corps KeySafe, the latest innovation from Corps Monitoring, combines the sophistication of a Sentrikey safe with the convenience of a nationwide network of accredited service partners to ensure quick site access, all managed by Corps’ state-of-the-art remote monitoring centre in Glasgow.

Corps Key Safe provides organisations with a C1-rated key safe, the highest-level security rating internationally which is used by numerous high street banks to secure their branches. Access to the key safe is by smartphone app, or by entering a one-day passcode. It provides valuable data such as a full audit trail of who has been granted access, when, and how long they stayed on site helping the organisation to understand their estate and understand problem areas.

For organisations needing a rapid site response, Corps KeySafe also includes a nationwide network of ACS accredited service partners enabling organisations to access local security personnel wherever they are in the UK.

The Corps Monitoring Alarm Receiving Centre in Glasgow provides a single online platform, giving a detailed and consistent audit trail across an organisation’s sites, from which reports can be generated and trends analysed.

“Gone are the days when security officers would have to carry keys or collect them from a secure office which could be many miles away,” says Rob Hill, Managing Director of Corps Monitoring. “Now, organisations can have a sophisticated key safe on site which ensures a quicker response as we can despatch the nearest security officer, or even grant access directly to contractors or the emergency services. Supported by our Alarm Receiving Centre, Corps KeySafe provides a one-stop-shop for keyholding across the country.”

 

Corps Monitoring launches KeySafe – an integrated key holding solution

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