In this day and age, there should be no risks taken when it comes to security. Not only does it act as a theft deterrent, but it can also be used in the event of a health and safety issue or for controlling access to restricted areas.
It is also important to note that should the unthinkable happen, you have done all you can to either prevent the occurrence or be able to provide images should they be needed.
There are quite a few avenues to explore when it comes to your security:
There are various types of CCTV systems that can be installed, with the two main choices being IP and Analogue. Analogue is fast becoming outdated so we focus on IP CCTV.
Being able to prove who was where and at what time can be absolutely vital for legal reasons and should the worst happen…
… CCTV evidence could prove more useful than anything else.
It is vital for businesses to know who is coming in and out of your building.
An Intruder Alarm is there to detect any unauthorised entry into your business.
There are three main types of intruder alarms: Bells only Intruder Alarm, Dialler Intruder Alarm and Smart Intruder Alarm.
A burglar is usually after a quick win so…
…They are more likely to go after properties with less security. If that isn’t enough of a reason look at the potential monetary loss.
For instance, do you sell products? How much is that stock worth? What impact would that have to your business?
When you start to look at the figures, it’s well worth putting in an Intruder detection system.
An Intruder Alarm acts as a natural deterrent.
All businesses whether small medium or large have assets, staff and property that need to be protected.
There have been so many times that doors are left unlocked, which opens up the possibility of opportunist theft and malicious damage.
Locks and keys are a …
…great way to ensure your building is secure; until a member of the staff loses the key, or someone picks the lock and breaks in. Keys can also be stolen and copied.
There are many positives to locks and keys, but it may be time to upgrade your building’s access to include Access Control!
There are three main types of fire alarms that are used in businesses; Conventional Fire Alarms, Addressable Fire Alarm and Wireless Fire Alarms.
Fire alarm regulations state that all business premises must have ‘an appropriate fire detection system’…
…Essentially, you need a fire detection system in place that allows everyone to be warned so they can quickly and safely exit the building.
Security Gates and Barriers
There are many different types of Security Gates and Barriers.
Some of the security gates and barriers can be automated so at a push of a button you can grant access and some which you can tie in with access control which again, automates entrance but also gets them to verify their identity…
Security gates and barriers exist to deter opportunists from entering your place of business without permission.