Healthcare Security Solutions

Our healthcare CCTV and Access Control solutions provide security and peace of mind to your patients and staff and help ensure your clinical objectives can be delivered

Healthcare settings have some unique security and access control needs. Of paramount importance is the ability to provide the necessary healthcare services in a safe and secure environment that allows the relevant medical professionals and support staff to carry out their jobs, secure in the knowledge that their safety and that of their patients is protected, as well as to assist staff to channel visitors to the correct destinations efficiently.

We design, install, service, maintain and repair CCTV, Access Control and Door Entry systems across a wide range of healthcare environments.

Why choose Securus (UK) Ltd for your Healthcare Environment Solutions?

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Customer Testimonials

  • Following on from your installation…I wanted to send you a note to say how pleased I/We are here at the school with the whole project from start to finish. I would be happy to welcome you and your team back to school for any future projects that might materialise, and equally, I would be more than happy to endorse your services to any potential customers that might be considering using your services.
    Robert Harrison

    Senior Consultant

  • SCC AVS have formed a collaborative partnership with Securus (UK) Ltd to provide customers with solutions that integrate our communication and audio visual technologies with the cutting-edge security solutions Securus can provide. They have proved to be an invaluable asset working with us as our Security Partners to provide trusted advice and solutions for Security Solutions to our customers. With rapidly changing requirements for so many businesses resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, Securus have been working with us to design, implement and install thermal screening solutions for a variety of customers in a range of different sectors, from airports to hospitals and beyond. Rob and his team have proved to be a great asset and we are delighted to entrust them as part of our wider team working with our customers.
    Graham Fry

    Managing Director

Case Studies & News

Job Vacancy: Service Coordinator

Job Vacancy: Service Coordinator

We are looking for a Service Co-ordinator to join our CCTV and Access Control business based in Epsom, Surrey. No specific experience of the Access Control or CCTV industry is required. We work with a variety of systems and our customers are predominantly commercial.

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Securus Achieves Paxton Platinum Registered Installed Status

Securus Achieves Paxton Platinum Registered Installed Status

Securus (UK) has been named a Platinum Registered Installer Partner by leading hardware manufacturer, Paxton Access Ltd. The status reflects the expertise and knowledge gained by Securus engineers over many years designing, installing and maintaining Paxton door entry and access control systems.

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Job Vacancy: Access Control / CCTV Engineers

Job Vacancy: Access Control / CCTV Engineers

Access Control / CCTV Engineers We are looking for experienced engineers for the installation, service and maintenance of access control, CCTV, door entry and intruder alarm systems. Based in Epsom, we cover London and the Southeast, however some further travel may be...

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between an IP and an analogue CCTV system?

    What is the difference between an IP and an analogue CCTV system?

    An analogue system uses CCTV cameras that are hard wired to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR), whereas an IP system uses a Network Video Recorder (NVR) and can connect to CCTV cameras on your network. This can potentially negate the need for excessive cabling, although cameras can be wired to the NVR where possible. As a general rule IP cameras can have a higher frame rate at higher definition meaning better images are captured. If you would like to know more about the differences, or have any questions about the image quality you might need for your system, please call us to discuss your requirements.

    You might also be interested in this article: Upgrading Your Analogue CCTV System

    An analogue system uses CCTV cameras that are hard wired to a Digital Video Recorder (DVR), whereas an IP system uses a Network Video Recorder (NVR) and can connect to CCTV cameras on your network. This can potentially negate the need for excessive cabling, although cameras can be wired to the NVR where possible. As a general rule IP cameras can have a higher frame rate at higher definition meaning better images are captured. If you would like to know more about the differences, or have any questions about the image quality you might need for your system, please call us to discuss your requirements.

    You might also be interested in this article: Upgrading Your Analogue CCTV System

  • If my broadband connection is not working will my CCTV cameras still record?

    If my broadband connection is not working will my CCTV cameras still record?

    This depends on how your CCTV system is configured and what your requirements are. We always ask our clients to explain their objectives before installing any system so we can ensure that you get the right system for your needs. In most cases, it makes sense to ensure the CCTV system will continue to record independently of your internet connection and there are a number of different ways we can achieve this for you, building additional redundancy into the design. For example, if the CCTV cameras are hard-wired to your recorder, NVR or DVR, or have an internal memory, then the recording will be stored, even though you may not be able to access images remotely for a period of time. The activity on your site is still being saved to the hard drive of the recorder.

    This depends on how your CCTV system is configured and what your requirements are. We always ask our clients to explain their objectives before installing any system so we can ensure that you get the right CCTV system for your needs. In most cases, it makes sense to ensure the system will continue to record independently of your internet connection and there are a number of different ways we can achieve this for you, building additional redundancy into the design. For example, if the CCTV cameras are hard-wired to your recorder, NVR or DVR, or have an internal memory, then the recording will be stored, even though you may not be able to access images remotely for a period of time. The activity on your site is still being saved to the hard drive of the recorder.

  • Can I access the images from my CCTV system remotely?

    Can I access the images from my CCTV system remotely?

    Yes you can. A networked CCTV system can be configured to allow access to the images from any internet-enabled device. A user access control system is used to ensure only those authorised to do so have access to the images.

    Yes you can. A networked CCTV system can be configured to allow access to the images from any internet-enabled device. A user access control system is used to ensure only those authorised to do so have access to the images.

See the full range of security system solutions we offer

Access Control

Managing who can go where in your building, protecting staff, visitors, property, goods and information

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CCTV

An effective deterrent and a valuable recording tool, the heart of an effective business security system

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Door Entry Systems

Easily managing your building’s entrances and exits, protecting buildings & the people inside from unwanted intruders

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Service & Maintenance

Let Securus (UK) Ltd take care of your security system with professional maintenance, repairs and service contracts

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Density Control

Automatically control the number of people on your premises. Provide clear signage and ways to avoid overcrowding

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Thermal Screening

Rapid & safe screening in busy public areas. Facial recognition terminals with access control and thermal screening

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Rapid Deployment CCTV

Rapid deployment of full system CCTV security systems for temporary sites, venues and events

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