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Explosives Detection<div class="body"> <p> <span class="style1">CompactSafe</span>is a new system that is designed to detect solid and liquid explosive residues on the surface of and inside small electronic devices, such as laptops, MP3 players, cameras, and cellular phones. The objects under examination are placed in a sealed enclosure that fills with compressed air, loosening particles of explosive materials, which can then be sensed by a conventional trace detector. Israel-based TraceGuard introduced the system, along with a second model, CarrySafe, that can detect explosives in larger carry-on bags. Both detectors are designed to be located next to existing x-ray machines at airports. </p> </div>
Power Supplies<div class="body"> <div class="thumbnail"> <img title="" alt="" src="http&#58;//www.securitymanagement.com/sites/securitymanagement.com/files/honeywell_power0507.gif" width="144" height="112" /> </div> <p>Honeywell Power Products of Northford, Connecticut, offers new video rack-mount power applications designed specifically to power video cameras, heaters, blowers, and other video accessories. Each power supply fits in a standard 19-inch rack, requiring only two units of rack space. The series includes more than 14 rack-mount supplies for a wide range of power options. Designed for easy installation, dual output AC circuits are configurable from the front panel for 24 VAC or 28 VAC operation. With a flip of a switch, voltage is converted in banks of eight circuits. Cameras requiring long wire runs can now receive adequate power without overloading closer cameras with excessive voltage. All models have output distributed via 16 or 32 individually protected circuits. Individual circuit LED indicators provide a quick status of all circuits. All fuses and voltage configuration switches are accessible through the front panel.</p> </div>
Strike Management<div class="body"> <p> <span class="style1">Huffmaster</span> of Troy, Michigan, offers planning and response services for labor disputes, strikes, demonstrations and picketing, sabotage and vandalism, workplace violence, and departures of personnel. Plant closings and employee layoffs are never easy, and the company offers assistance in managing employee unrest, setting standards for safely shutting down a facility, and/or downsizing a work force. Planning services include vulnerability assessments, plan development, and practice before the event. Response services include executive protection, uniformed security, and labor dispute management. </p> </div>
Vulnerability Assessment<div class="body"> <p> <span class="style1">Huffmaster</span> of Troy, Michigan, offers premium security solutions for businesses, including uniformed security, executive protection, consulting services, training programs, investigations, exercises and training drills, and “red team” testing and audits. The company begins every relationship with a comprehensive needs assessment and risk analysis and develops a plan. Red Teams use different tactics to find vulnerabilities in security. They perform realistic penetration tests and help increase security awareness in employees. These services are especially suited to businesses that are under public scrutiny, like the chemical industry, and those, like food and pharmaceutical companies, that can affect people’s health and well-being. </p> </div>