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Welcome to Woodwill Security Services news page. We like to keep our customers up to date with any company news. We also provide blogs and articles on the latest news in the industry. Please check back here regularly to see our updates as well as following us on our social media platforms. 

 

Congratulations to our Employee of the Month!

July 24, 2020

Congratulations to Wayne Turner, our Employee of the Month!

Celebrating Diversity and Inclusion: Pride Month

June 12, 2020

Every summer during June, in many countries across the world, the LGBT community comes together to celebrate love, diversity, acceptance and unashamed self-pride. Pride Month marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, which many historians consider to be a key turning point in the LGBT civil rights movement.

Cyber Crime Security

May 29, 2020

Cyber crime is a specific type of attack that targets the online space or a particular technology.
The term covers various individual crimes, each of which requires different security measures to reduce the chance of it happening.
 

 

Woodwill are Raising Money for the Mental Health Foundation and the NSPCC

April 06, 2020

At Woodwill Security Services, we are always looking for ways to support our wider community and make a positive contribution to society. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

March 20, 2020

As we are all affected by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), the team at Woodwill Security Services would like to reassure you that we’re here and still working hard to provide ongoing solutions for our clients.

What Is Construction Security?

February 13, 2020

Construction security is a term that refers to various security measures that are implemented to protect construction sites. This can include things such as security guarding, mobile security patrols, alarm activation response and CCTV surveillance.

Construction Site Protection

January 29, 2020

Construction sites are a common target for criminals due to having expensive equipment and materials on site. Unfortunately, most construction sites do not have adequate security protection in place and as a result a huge 92 percent of respondents to a survey conducted by the Chartered Institute of Building claim to have been affected by crime and a further 21 percent claim that their construction site is targeted by criminals on a weekly basis.

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