Authorised entry signs, also known as restricted access signs, are used to indicate that an area is restricted to authorised personnel only. These signs are typically used in workplaces, warehouses, construction sites, and other areas where there is a potential for safety hazards or sensitive information.
Imagine this: a drone, equipped with a state-of-the-art camera, silently hovers above your private property, documenting your every move without your knowledge.
The significance of safeguarding your property cannot be overstated. Beyond the immediate protection of your material possessions, it also delivers an invaluable sense of tranquillity. This peace of mind stems from the knowledge that your home or business is shielded from potential threat
So, what exactly does 'reasonable force' mean? Picture this: someone has wandered onto your lawn. A gentle but firm verbal request to leave should suffice. Now, imagine a scenario where the trespasser becomes aggressive and poses a direct threat to you or your property. In such cases, you may have to employ slightly more force, always ensuring it’s proportional to the threat faced.
The duty to make reasonable adjustments applies to all employers, regardless of their size or industry. It also applies to all areas of employment, including recruitment, selection, training, promotion, and redundancy.