The owner and Senior Consultant of Jupiter 2000 has a wealth of experience and qualifications gained over 36+ years with Essex Police as a Crime Prevention Officer, Counter Terrorist Crime Prevention Officer, Deputy Counter Terrorist Security Advisor, Force CCTV Liaison Officer and Senior Architectural Liaison Officer. Also responsible for training and mentoring new Crime Prevention Officers. Represented the 6 police forces in the eastern region for over 15years on the national ACPO Crime Prevention Design Group.
His knowledge of how criminals approach a building to commit their crimes, why certain building are more susceptible to criminal activity than others and how they get in. This puts him in a unique position to help you to protect your home, your family, your property and your business
Jupiter 2000 not only utilises the experience of its staff, it can also rely on a number of equally qualified and experienced associate security and fire specialists, trainers and consultants working in the security industries.
Jupiter 2000 can offer its services in the fields of:
Reducing risk to make businesses safer
The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 states:
Carrying out a Fire Risk Assessment delivers real benefits to your business. By taking remedial action against any significant findings, you will reduce the risk of fire, and therefore reduce the risk to your staff, visitors and business assets.
A Fire Risk Assessment will ensure that you meet your legal obligations imposed by the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005. The Order firmly places the responsibility for ensuring fire does not put lives at risk with the 'Responsible Person', which in most cases is the employer.
Jupiter2000 can carry out these assessments by leaving this to our experienced competent assessors who will provide you with a report that will enable you and your staff to understand relevant fire safety regulations.
We will satisfy all your legal requirements and save you valuable time and resources.
We will remove the need for you to loose staff to expensive training courses.
We will help you reduce your insurance premiums.
We will help you reduce the likelihood of accidental or criminal fires resulting in loss of life and destruction of property.
Let's reduce your risk of crime together
Jupiter2000 Security Policy objective is to minimise the risk of breaches in physical security and security procedures and seek to achieve an incident-free workplace.
We at jupiter2000 will work for you and with you to achieve a safe working environment for both you, your staff and visitors. Many businesses rush out to upgrade their CCTV systems `WHY` because their told they are still using old technology. `So What` that doesn't mean it’s no good. We talk to you about your business, assess the potential targets for crime, access the risk and make cost commensurate, realistic recommendations.
Can you, can your business withstand having your computers stolen, machinery smashed, goods due for next day delivery taken? Will your customers accept your excuses for failing to make deadlines ,meet contractual arrangements.
Can you afford to pay staff that are left sitting around while you wait for police, insurance, maintenance staff to arrive. Personal files and records stolen from cabinets or on computer hard drives ( have you failed to comply with the Data Protection Act on security of data?)
Prevention is always cheaper and more cost effective than the cure.
This is when you think "What If ...", "If Only ..."
Pick up the phone and call Jupiter2000 now. It's never too early to take appropriate measures to reduce your risk, enhance your security and make your business a safer environment for you, your staff and visitors. A crime free environment is also a green environment reducing crimes carbon footprint, reducing your unnecessary costs and your time.
We have the experience and the staff to help you to keep your business working.
Jupiter2000 Lone Worker Policies
A lone worker is anyone who works in isolation from their colleagues without close or direct supervision. Employees are also considered to be working alone if they have neither visual nor audible communication in the event of an incident.
Any business employing more than five persons has an obligation under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, to ensure the Health, Safety and Welfare of their employees. The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (MHSWR) 1999 places a duty on employers, to identify significant risks within the organisation and implement suitable risk treatments, to reduce those risks so far as is reasonably practicable.
Employers of less staff still have an obligation to risk assess all employees working on or off their premises as to their working practises and advise ,train ,instruct and to take such measures to safe guard them.
This Policy applies to all employees permanent or temporary of [Your Organisation] and includes any agency, or visiting professionals employed to provide services on their behalf.
This Policy also applies to participating Independent Contractors and their employed staff.
Places of Work
Where workers are on premises where someone other than their employer has control, their safety is the responsibility of the main occupier of those premises provided that the occupier is also an employer or conducting an undertaking there. (S.3 (2) of the Act.
Where an employer does not exercise control over the premises it is more difficult to ensure a safe and healthy environment. Regulation 10 of MHSWR requires employers (including self-employed i.e. Independent Contractors) to provide comprehensible information on health and safety for others who are working on or visiting their premises.
Section 7 of the act requires employees to take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and of other persons who may be affected by their acts or omissions at work.
This policy and supporting training should ensure that such persons do not take short cuts or employ dangerous practices but that they are instructed to consider and identify potential hazards and to implement a form of risk assessment to ensure the safety of themselves and any of other persons they may be working with.
Working outside normal hours
Where a person is required or requests to work after normal working hours and alone, it is necessary to identify the degree of risk in assessing whether or not this is a safe practice. Regulation 3 of MHSWR states that employers must make a "suitable and sufficient" assessment of any risks to the health and safety of their employees. Any such risks identified are likely to be greater for lone workers. These findings must be recorded on the risk assessment documents provided as part of your Health and Safety policy.
can carry out such risk assessment and produce a risk assessment (Lone Worker Policy) to fit your companies needs and reduce the possibility of litigation procedures resulting in: Loss of manpower, loss of staff and public and customer confidence in your business unlimited fines the possibility of imprisonment. (Corporate Manslaughter & Corporate Homicide Act 2007).