As a business owner it is essential that you implement security in your premises to prevent burglars from victimising your business. It is only normal that you want to make sure your business is secure. Having your business broken in to is a really stressful time for all business owners.
You no longer feel safe in your own business. You need to involve the police and your insurance company. It costs time and money replacing the items that were stolen. Your employees will also be at a lower productivity level too. It takes time to get everything back to ‘normal’ again.
In this blog post we would like to share with how you can make sure your business is secure.
Having video surveillance installed in your business premises allows you to keep an eye on the business when you are not there. This will include times that you have skeleton staff on shift or when the business is closed at the weekend or evenings. The installation is visible video surveillance can often deter criminals as well as increasing the likelihood that the thieves will be caught.
We would recommend that you install video surveillance cameras around the perimeter of your premises. Definitely make sure that your surveillance cameras cover entrances and windows where thieves are likely to enter your building. It is also a good idea to place cameras near areas that are ‘attractive’ to thieves. This could be near your tills, safe or office for example.
An intruder alarm alerts you, or your monitoring point, if an intruder attempts to enter your business by breaking into your business premises. The alarm is triggered as they break into your premises. This will alert anyone nearby.
The sound will often be enough to leave the thief panicking and running away. It will also alert the person that monitors your intruder alarms so the next steps can take place.
These are just two ways in which you can make sure your business is secure. We can help you with intruder alarms for your business, video surveillance for your premises, or other security measures.
Please contact our business security team now to see how we can help you make sure your business is secure from potential thieves and break-ins.