Are you looking for a bit of extra security for your commercial premises, but don’t feel a full time security guard is necessary? A mobile security patrol might be the right solution for you. Mobile security patrols are a good solution for any business that just wants a bit of extra protection and eyes on the ground but doesn’t want or need to go as far as hiring a full time static guard.
Most security alarms out there require a code to activate and deactivate and while a good security code helps keep your business safe, the wrong code can leave you vulnerable. In addition to this, entering the wrong alarm code can also lead to false alarms and these can really add up in terms of call out fees from your security company.
As a business owner, CCTV is an essential tool for protecting your business. Without a CCTV alarm system your business can be vulnerable to theft and vandalism when you’re not there. While most businesses have some form of alarm system, many of them are older. Unfortunately, relying on your old CCTV system could leave you missing out on newer technological developments that could greatly benefit your business.
As an employer you’re responsible for the safety of the people working for you and this means you need to put reasonable measures in place to safeguard your employees when they’re on the job. The definition of reasonable measures will depend a lot on your specific industry, the level of risk your employees assume in their day-to-day activities, the location of your business and the type of people they come into contact with.
The NBN is rolling out across Australia and it will bring about a number of changes to the way our Internet and phone services operate. It might not be the first thing that springs to mind, but if you’re in the process of switching over to the NBN, you’ll want to check your alarm system will still work once the change has been made.