Business Security

Securing Your Business Premises

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It is essential that you secure your business premises in the best way possible. This will help to protect your business, your office and your employees too. It is likely you will also see a reduction in your business premises insurance premium as you improve the security of your business premises.

Security Cameras

Security CCTV cameras are a great way to keep an eye on your business premises. They give you the proof you need in a court of law if there was a break-in at your business premises. CCTV surveillance cameras also work as a deterrent for potential thieves considering entering your building.

Security Lighting

It is a great idea to have your security lighting connected to motion sensors. This means that people near your property will trigger the security lighting and they will be in a pool of light, where others can see them. These security light systems will work to deter criminals too. Criminals often enjoy working under the cover of darkness, so the light will deter them.

Entrances and Exits

Review the number of entrances and exits you have into and out of your business premises. Look for ways to limit these entrances and exits. We would recommend that you also have a way that you keep track of everyone that enters and leaves your business premises. This could be door alarm systems for example.

Alarms

Security and intruder alarms are an extremely effective way of keeping potential criminals out of your business premises. Adding clear signage that warns of intruder alarms is an extra layer of security and this can work as a deterrent to potential thieves too. There are various business intruder alarms available. It is important that you find the right intruder alarms for you and your business needs.

Key Management

If you have lots of separate areas, rooms and divisions of your business premises, consider ways you can have good key management. A good key management system will enable you to track which employees can enter which parts of the business. The system will also track who went into which part of the business premises at which time. This will allow you to uncover who was in an area of the business if a theft took place.

If you are looking at ways of securing your business premises, contact our team. We can discuss your business security needs and budget to create a business security system unique to you.

Danielle Branch

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