How to select appropriate school security fencing

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Duo6 mesh from Zaun Primary School Fencing school security fencesWhether you need to refurbish your school’s existing security fencing or if you require extensive perimeter fencing for a newly constructed educational institution, school security is an important factor that requires dedicated thought and attention. To help ensure that you invest in suitable fencing which will facilitate a safe yet welcoming environment for staff, students, parents and school personnel, listed below are our top tips and recommendations on how to select ideal security fencing for educational institutions:

 

 

View your school security fences from an intruder’s perspective

Before you invest in your school fencing, you must walk around the perimeter of your site and carry out an extensive risk assessment of the entire facility. By viewing your school site from the perspective of a potential intruder, you will be able to isolate any vulnerable points of entry and select suitable fencing which will accommodate your school’s needs. From identifying all access points and the positions of your site’s buildings to evaluating any elevated ground, trees or outdoor structures which will require fencing of different heights, this simple, yet highly effective process will ensure that your school grounds will be protected against any unauthorised intruders.

Consider sports fencing for playground areas.

In addition to assessing where to place your school fencing, you should also take time to consider the type of fencing in which to invest. For instance, you will require different types of fencing for your school’s main gates then you would for your facility’s playing grounds. It is, therefore, advised that you research the different types of sports fencing, such as welded mesh fencing with high impact capabilities.

Invest in subtle but safe security measures

You want your school to be viewed as a safe, welcoming environment for all staff, students, parents and personnel. As such, it is worthwhile investigating security measures that will offer sufficient protection while simultaneously blending into their surroundings. In these circumstances, school-specific security fencing will enable you to create a secure and attractive learning environment for all.

Whatever your requirement is for your school security fences and safeguarding, contact Zaun for more information.

About Zaun

Zaun Limited is the sole remaining manufacturer of welded and woven mesh fencing systems that manufactures the entire system in the UK.  Zaun makes the mesh, fencing panels, posts, clamp bars and fixings at its state-of-the-art five-acre production facility in Wolverhampton in the West Midlands.  Products have been tested and approved by testing organisations including CPNI, LPCB and Secured by Design.

Zaun works very closely with all stakeholders within the business including employees, local, national and international suppliers and a long-established customer base of fencing contractors to design, manufacture and supply high-quality fencing systems, increasingly often providing expertise in integrating PIDs and other systems into holistic security solutions.

Zaun was founded in 1996 and remains a private company solely owned by co-founder Alastair Henman with a regional office in Dubai. They are certified to the ISO 9001 quality standard. It is also a member of the Perimeter Security Suppliers’ Association (PSSA), of which Alastair Henman is a director.

Zaun is a proud British manufacturer and founder member of the Made in Britain campaign, a key player in the UK fencing market and one of the fastest-growing companies in an increasingly competitive industry.

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