Business Security: What Are You Doing To Make Your Premises Secure?

Business security is big business. Many large firms have their own security forces that control access to the facilities, monitor employee and visitors activity and assist human resource departments in conducting background checks on potential employees.

Small businesses cannot afford such luxuries, even though many times it would be nice to have a sufficient margin to the budget for at least a few. There are things that you should use so that small businesses are not budget killers and it also provides high level business security.

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The camera and monitoring system never sleeps. As a professional business coach, I see many business people are turning to the camera to "watch" activity at retail locations, warehouses, offices and outer perimeter.

Many times the camera is used for the interaction of customers change, to reduce workers' compensation claims, and to observe a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot or yard after normal working hours.

The initial cost of the camera is 25% of the cost of one year from the security guard. The procedures are designed and the plan was accepted by the insurance carriers. Cameras and offsite observers thwarted all attempts by the bad guys.

Monitoring system (alarm) well when properly planned and procedures used to control access to the facility. The key is planning, good security consultant is worth their weight in gold, make sure that there are experienced professionals who know how bad people think and act.