Meesons has announced it will become a sponsor for the UK Chapter of ASIS International, the world’s largest membership organisation for security management professionals.
As part of the sponsorship, Meesons, a supplier of popular Security Portals and Speed Gates, will have a presence at all ASIS quarterly seminars and events throughout 2019.
The business will also be the event sponsor for the Winter Seminar on Tuesday 13 November, which takes place at the Francis Crick Institute, the landmark biomedical research facility located next to St Pancras Station.
With over 35,000 members worldwide, ASIS International is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals by developing educational programs and materials that address broad security interests.
The ASIS Winter Seminar is an excellent opportunity for security specifiers to gain a better understanding of how Meesons Security Portals and Speed Gates offer an aesthetically pleasing solution, but with proven levels of attack resistance and tailgating detection
Iain Entwistle, Product Marketing Manager at Meesons A.I. Ltd, said: “Our wide range of Security Portals and Speed Gates, including the LPS1175 and Secured by Design range, now give security specifiers more options and solutions than ever before
“The ASIS seminar on 13th November is a great opportunity to find out more about how our wide range of options are able to create a physical entry barrier that protects building users and physical assets from people gaining unauthorised access into the facility.”
Meesons recently became the first and only company in the UK to achieve approval to Loss Prevention Standard (LPS) 1175: Issue 7 Security Ratings 1 to 3 for its C190-S1 to S3 and C3 S1-S3 Security Portals.
Gaining LPS 1175 provides independent test evidence that the C3-S1 to S3 and C190-S1 to S3 Security Portals meet the highest security standards and can withstand physical attack by intruders, while providing building designers with an entrance control solution that has architectural appeal and is compliant with the Equality Act.