CCTV is a great security measure for businesses. But have you considered what CCTV cameras in your business can capture? Also, how what they capture can help you as a business?
In this blog post we have put together the most common things CCTV cameras in your business can capture. Some of them you may not have even considered. However, when the worst happens you’ll be glad you have CCTV cameras in place.
CCTV Cameras in Your Business Capture Burglars
This is the most obvious and well-known thing that CCTV cameras will capture. When there is an external threat to your business, in the form of a thief robbing your business, a CCTV camera will be there to capture it all. Not only can the security cameras capture the crime taking place. They will also work as a deterrent and dissuade a criminal from attempting the crime. Your CCTV camera will capture loads of useful information that the police can use to find the criminal, if the crime was to take place.
CCTV Cameras in Your Business Capture Internal Theft
Money is not always lost through external theft and robberies. In fact many businesses lose money through internal theft. This is when employees take products or dip into the cash drawers from time to time. You’ll find CCTV surveillance systems can help ensure that employees are put off being tempted to steal from your business. The use of CCTV surveillance systems also mean that if an employee does steal from the business, you have the proof you need.
CCTV Cameras in Your Business Capture Your Equipment
If isn’t until your business becomes the victim of a flood, fire or other environmental damage that you’ll realise you don’t remember all the equipment in your office building. Alternatively, you don’t have proof that you had the items. CCTV cameras will give you the vital information that is required for insurance documentation. It will show the equipment and products in your office building and how damaged it was. Security cameras in your business are very useful for establishing timelines and providing the documentary proof needed.
If you think you may need CCTV surveillance systems in your business, or you would like to improve your existing business security then please contact us directly.