Process & Operation
OK, you’ve received your quotation and want to go ahead with Premier Keyholding as your primary keyholder. The initial stages and our standard operating procedures are described here.
The first stage of our service is to send an experienced surveyor to your premises to carry out a detailed assessment of your location and specific requirements.
Next is the formulation of your “site instructions”. Through consultation with you, these instructions act as an operational guide for our staff for when they undertake a full patrol and deal with any occurances they might find.
Once this paperwork has been completed, all of this information is placed on our secure systems and your client reference number is generated. We will then inform your alarm company or receiving centre that Premier Keyholding is your primary keyholder.
On Alarm Activation…
Should an alarm be activated, we will deploy a mobile officer to attend your premises. Upon arrival, he will carry out an inspection of your site’s perimeter and enter if is safe to do so.
Once inside the building, the officer will then identify the cause of the problem and deal with it accordingly. A full report will be generated and left on your premises for your attention. You will normally receive a call from us the next working day to discuss the call-out.
In the Event Of…
If there has been a break-in or an attempted break-in, the Police will be called immediately. You will then be contact kept fully up-to-date by telephone as the situation progresses. Once the Police have completed their investigation, you may then attend site to take charge, or we can arrange for emergency short-term repairs to re-secure your premises.
If an issue with your alarm system arises that cannot be resolved by one of our officers, we will bring in an out-of-hours engineer to rectify the problem. Again, a report will be generated and left for your attention along with report from the alarm engineer.
Need more information?
If you would like any more information, or want to clarify anything you’ve read here, then please drop us a line and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you have.