Auckland (PRWEB) January 18, 2014
Accurate Locksmiths of Auckland is a commercial Security Engineering firm that primarily deals with institutions and business clients, but has recently launched a website at http://www.locksmiths.co.nz to easily and securely make an inquiry.
History of Service in Auckland Since 1983
Accurate Locksmiths Ltd. (the registered company name) does business these days as Accurate Locksmithing & Security Engineering and has been serving Auckland’s security needs since 1983.
The company is a leading provider of locksmithing services in Greater Auckland. It also provides security-oriented products and services such as CCTV, Access Control and Alarms.
Security engineering is a term they use to describe the work done make your business, home and automobile safe from thieves and intruders. Their locksmiths and security engineering personnel look carefully at the situation at hand and design a system to improve the security of the location.
Accurate Locksmithing & Security Engineering is a Proud Member of the Following Organizations:
New Zealand Security Association (http://security.org.nz/)
New Zealand Locksmith Association (http://www.nzlocks.co.nz/)
Master Locksmiths Association of Australasia (http://www.masterlocksmiths.com.au/)
Accurate is also certified by the NZ Ministry of Defence through their supplier accreditation process. This makes Accurate one of a handful of companies that can work within restricted military areas in New Zealand. They are also certified to work within all NZ Police facilities. In addition to being Site Safe, all of their locksmiths have had background checks performed by the NZ Police in order to work at their facilities.
Service Offerings: Facilities Management, Government Departments, Commercial, Residential and Automotive:
Facilities Management at Accurate
Facilities Management and Service Contracts across New Zealand are an area of focus at Accurate; with 13 dedicated staff, 7 vans available for duty, and a network of 32 partner locksmiths across New Zealand, they serve some very prominent corporations with national needs such as BP, the NZ Police (through Transfield), Pumpkin Patch, and Bay Audiology.
Service quality is their top priority. Accurate uses state-of-the-art cloud based Enterprise Resource Management software (Netsuite) to operate seamlessly across locations. All locksmiths and security technicians have real time access via laptops and other devices, to all sales order, inventory and customer information.
Exceeding their client’s KPI expectations is the ultimate objective. Accurate continuously invests technology and process improvement so that they can help their clients reduce costs, and reduce disruptions due to the failure of locks or other security features at their facilities.
For a discussion on your facilities management needs, please give them a call or email facilities at keys.co.nz.
Accurate Locksmithing & Security Engineering Are Dedicated to Providing Excellent Quality Service to Customers to Ensure Your Peace of Mind:
Master Key Solutions
Accurate has been installing master key systems for enterprises in Auckland since the early 1980s. With more than three thousand systems installed, Accurate’s locksmiths are some of the best when it comes to system design, installation and system management
Master key systems may seem old fashioned compared to electronic access control, but these systems, when key issuance records are maintained, are some of the most cost effective means of access control for enterprises. This is particularly in New Zealand where horizontal distances are great and the cost of running cables for access control systems can be high.
Master key systems, when used in conjunction with electronic access control, often provide the most cost effective solution for enterprises in New Zealand. Accurate has the experience and knowledge to provide advice on the best system for your enterprise. Master key systems are hierarchical key systems that restrict access to those users that have access rights areas of a building or other facility.
For example, while the principal of a school may hold a master key and be able to open most or all doors at a school, the English teacher may only have access to the English room, the staff lounge and the front door of the building.
Security engineering at Accurate
Since 1983, Accurate has been helping companies, schools and government institutions make smart decisions about all elements of security.
Examples of Projects
- Landscaping to prevent ram-raids
Accurate worked with landscaping architects to create barriers to vehicles outside of headquarters of a prominent NZ company. Large rocks and earth were positioned to create barriers to vehicular entry. Area was planted and end product aesthetically pleasing.
- Create more secure doors with biometric locks for rooms containing confiscated items at airport
Accurate worked with a government department to create steel doors with biometric locking so that only authority officials could enter contraband containment room.
- Upgrade security of prominent clothing outlet in notoriously crime-ridden neighborhood
Accurate worked with shop fitters and an in-store security firm to upgrade an existing retail outlet so that it could contain merchandise that is notoriously difficult to protect in a crime-ridden neighborhood. A combination of roller shutters with custom made tie downs and locks, steel window bars, and steel bollards outside the outlet were used in conjunction with an integrated alarm and CCTV system.
When a business needs to take action to deal with current or possible sources of disruption, ranging from natural disasters to malicious acts, Accurate’s Security Engineering Team is available to provide advice and cost effective solutions.
Accurate Locksmith also owns a residential division, situated at the new website http://www.locksmiths.co.nz
The Security Engineering Process at Accurate
1. The process begins with defining functional and user requirements. Accurate’s technicians work with property managers, security managers or architects to define functional and user requirements for buildings and their access points (i.e. doors and gates). If a security policy exists, then the requirements of this policy will be incorporated into the design of the system.
2. The process continues with a discussion of the budget available for the security improvements. In many cases, there is a range of solutions. Lower cost/lower tech solutions often exist that can achieve the goals of the business, school or government entity.
3. With the completion of the survey and discussion on budget available, a system outline and cost estimate is provided for consideration.
4. The process continues with the installation and project execution.
5. Maintenance and monitoring mark the last phase of the process. Accurate guarantees all work and is committed to ensuring the system meets or exceeds all specified requirements.
If there are additional information queries, please feel free to contact them and they can discuss what makes Accurate a very capable service provider in Auckland and New Zealand.