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17th April 2019 Issue no. 453
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Search Techniques updates their product range as demand for random search procedures grows
Search Techniques, a UK market leader in random search procedure technology, has launched new 2015 models of its highly successful SELEKTOR and SPOT-CHECKER random search selection equipment as demand for loss prevention technologies increases across retail, distribution and manufacturing environments.
SELEKTOR I is a pre-programmed push button unit intended for installation at employee exit points and will select at random members of the workforce to be searched by site security. The ruggedized unit can be hand held, or desk or wall mounted using the wall bracket supplied.
SPOT-CHECKER combines a robust ABS plastic A4 size clipboard with a random selector unit. It is ideal for conducting on the spot unbiased random checks on personnel or their vehicles.
Search Techniques random selectors help organisations to prevent losses, improve safety and security while adhering to best practice and negating common problems with manual selection such as charges of victimisation, sexism, racism or stereotyping.
Few organisations have the resources or desire to search every single employee, every time they enter or exit a building. The introduction of random selection acts as both a practical solution and a major psychological barrier against employees engaging in theft as the risk of capture is much higher.
Other applications for the product range include compliance checks and random testing for intoxication by drugs or alcohol.
Search Techniques has supplied its range of products to most of the UKís largest retail chains, distribution and logistics firms as well as high profile cash handling companies. Jewellery manufacturers and precious metals mines and refineries.
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