How to protect your employees during a bushfire

As deadly wildfires continue to ravage Australia, it is unclear what the scale of devastation will be and when life will go back to normal. Fire chiefs have warned the worst of the summer is “still ahead of us”, after expressing alarm at the severity of the spring bushfires. More than 600 homes have been […]

Lone Worker Safety

Have you considered your family’s or employee’s personal safety? StaySafe is an innovative and award-winning smartphone app which provides a 24/7 practical solution tracked via GPS providing the location of the person who activated the device. Session times are easily initiated by the person using the device should they feel vulnerable. On expiry of the […]

Not all monitoring companies are the same

Is your current monitoring centre compliant with the highest Australian Standards? Are all events actioned in accordance with AS/NZS 2201.2 alarm processing times? Is each event actioned by an experienced, knowledgeable and highly trained operator, accurately and consistently? Security monitoring is a serious business with serious consequences when not managed promptly and accurately. From the […]

ARM’s Visual Verification featured on Channel 9

ARM Security’s CCTV Visual Verification platform has been featured in a Channel 9 Perth news story about Perth’s burglary hot spots. ARM demonstrated their state of the art security monitoring technology that enables the control room operator to view burglars live in the act of breaking into a home, allowing the operator to provide the […]

CCTV Visual Verification helping make the difference in Crime Prevention

Security alarm systems make an undeniable difference in the deterrence of crime and are now a feature in the majority of premises. The security industry is estimated to generate $2.343 billion in revenue across Australia, through the installation and monitoring of electronic security equipment. So when considering the volume of security alarm systems now in […]

ARM Retains A1 Accreditation

ARM recently undertook their monitoring centre reclassification.  This requires an ASIAL approved independent auditor to confirm compliance with the Australian Standard 2201.2:2004 (Intruder Alarm Systems – Monitoring Centres). The audit covers a range of building requirements and confirms operational performance of the monitoring centre is in accordance with Australian Standards, covering such things as: The […]