The SAFE federal grant program focuses on improvements in video surveillance, access control, and emergency alert systems. The coverage of many recent tragedies has parents throughout New Hampshire worrying about their children's safety and wondering what can be done about it. With our business founders having school-aged children of their own, Mt Major Tech wants … Continue reading New SAFE Grant gives NH Schools chance to Beef up Security
June is National Work Safe Month, which means it's a great time to reevaluate the health, safety, and security of your workplace facilities. Health and safety are part of an employer's Duty of Care. Here are our top 10 tips to reduce work related accidents. Conduct a Risk Assessment. Cary out a risk assessment with … Continue reading 10 Ways to Reduce Work Related Accidents
The Secure Equipment Act of 2021 identifies a specific group of manufacturers—and their affiliates—as a credible threat to US national security. The act directs the FCC to deny those manufacturers the licensing required to sell or install their products in the US. This effective ban will be enacted on or before mid-November of 2022. Why … Continue reading Navigating the Secure Equipment Act of 2021
How are you keeping your team safe? Our experts in security, access control, and fire safety systems have created a simple checklist for facilities and maintenance teams to conduct a basic site evaluation. Spring is the perfect time to conduct a site evaluation. Whether your security system needs upgrading, or windows and doors need new … Continue reading Facility Security Tips
Home security should be a top priority for any homeowner, but especially for someone who has recently moved. If you've recently moved into a new home, it's important to remember some simple steps to ensure you keep your property and your family as safe as possible.
This weekend marks Daylight Savings, when we turn our clocks back 1-hour. With this semi-annual clock changing comes an important reminder to replace the batteries in your smoke detectors.