Equilibrium Risk Scores with Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club

We are delighted to announce that Equilibrium Risk have been appointed by Lockwood-based, Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club (HRUFC) to upgrade its security systems across the Lockwood Park Sports and Business Complex.

Home to many sporting groups and 28 businesses which are housed across four buildings on the impressive 26 acre Lockwood Park Sports and Business Complex, Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club required an effective solution which would meet the security requirements of multiple organisations.

After multiple issues with their existing security provider which included system breakdowns, regular false call outs and a four-month period of the alarm not being monitored, HRUFC took advantage of Equilibrium Risks’ free security analysis before committing to the implementation a new security system. The contract which includes upgrades to both the intruder and fire alarms also includes Equilibrium Risks security monitoring service.

Undertaking the analysis, Luke Appleby for Equilibrium Risk commented: “We undertook an in-depth security analysis to identify the potential risks such an open site with multiple tenants and sporting activities faced. Several immediate improvements were identified, along with some longer-term objectives and we are delighted that our recommendations are now being rolled out, not only to protect the premises but also increase staff safety and wellbeing”.

Commenting on the project, General Manager, Stuart Leach of Huddersfield Rugby Union Football Club commented: “After a series of break-ins and acts of vandalism, which were not being accurately monitored by our previous security provider we decided to take advantage of Equilibrium Risk’s free security analysis in order to identify our weaknesses.

Since migrating our security requirements across to Equilibrium Risk we have already seen a significant reduction in the number of false call outs along with our business tenants commenting on the improved ease of setting alarms and securing their offices”.