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Ensuring the safety and security of buildings open to the public is a complex business.  The owners and managers of sports and leisure centres in particular face unique problems.  By the nature of the business, customers will leave their clothes and valuables unattended while they make use of the facilities – and they naturally expect to come back to find their personal possessions safe and secure.

The purpose of this guide is to help you provide the appropriate level of security to satisfy your customers' expectations, and ensure that they return again!

If you would like a summary of the information contained in this guide, please contact us and ask for a copy of our brochure "Security in Leisure". LB.jpg (14377 bytes)

Security in Leisure

The ASSA Solution
Four reasons why our products are already in extensive use by both local authority leisure centres and private sports and health clubs throughout the UK.

A history of innovation
ASSA has been providing locks for lockers and leisure facilities for over 30 years, and we are constantly developing and imporoving our products to meet the needs of our customers.

Lockers:  Where will they be used?
A guide to the main issues

How will customers pay for the facility?
A guide to the main issues

How will security be ensured?
A guide to the main issues

Specification Guide
When you are ready to draw up your specification, go to this page.

 

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