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Exerting extreme cautiousness to ward off threats

Posted Nov 6, 2014 by grilpandey00
Students hunting houses must be geared up to get taken aback, as the houses have lots of attributes to offer. 8 bed student houses in Jesmond are painted and intensely furnished to the optimum level in modern-day mode.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Press Release) Nov 6, 2014 -- stresses on the safety of the first-years and open-door policy of the halls don't work in student housing. Safety begins with small measures. Keeping the door locked is a fine way to discourage local kleptomaniac from stealing stuff. A desktop computer, tab or laptop, electronic equipments must be kept tethered to some solid object with a security cable. It’s a good deterrent. A locked trunk is another grand deterrent to burglary. Guarding the prized laptop with a few books in front will reduce suspicion. This is a better option when it comes to student housing security. If someone carries a safe, one can always guarantee that a few of the housemates can walk off with it for the sake of a prank. Pranks can happen, but what can one do when a real theft takes place? Though Jesmond student lettings are safe, yet one has to be aware as young students can be target of miscreants and untoward incidents can happen at the safest of places.

Hiding personal belongings like jewelry, cash, passports, credit cards or cell phones can be done with a diversion safe, which is an object that looks like an ordinary potted plant, household cleaner or item. A hollowed-out book can hide valuables. One mustn’t let the housemates know about the diversion safe or talk about the stuff with strangers and ensure that he/she doesn’t tamper with it by mistake. Bad things can occur than somebody stealing a laptop or credit cards if there’s a security lapse in the housing. Assaults, beating up, and severe injuries and trauma can occur if students keep the doors and windows unlocked, or if they let strangers into the housing when they enter or exit. So being cautious is a necessity.

Housing security is pretty good, but personal security depends upon individual's sense of responsibility. Security lapse, theft, fire or unwelcome intruders; you won't come across these untoward occurrences in 8 bed student houses in Jesmond. Houses are extremely secure and are checked thoroughly before they are let out. All security norms are followed and numerous alarms are installed in all the properties.If a housemate says he or she misplaced a key, housemates must procure brand new locks and keys straight away. It will be a threat if a violent stranger intrudes at night. One must be alert when returning alone at night. A fire alarm in the accommodation must never be ignored. Fires are very common frequently caused by smoking, cooking, candle use or overloading the electrical outlets. Students can get injured if they disable the fire alarms. Fire plan must be remembered and all exits known. Ignoring fire drills are tempting, particularly in the middle of a winter night, but one never knows when it could be the real thing. Students might check on the safety measures by calling 07810 282328 prior to reservation.
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Last Updated : Nov 6, 2014

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