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.
CCTV is one of the best security measures you can install at your home or business, but if it’s going to work effectively you need to make sure the system you install is right for your needs. If you’ve looked around at the different CCTV camera options you’ll already know that there are hundreds if not thousands to choose from.
Not all businesses operate on a 9-5 schedule and if your business is one of the many that is open at night or very early in the morning, staff safety should be a priority. Employees who work in round-the-clock occupations like hospitality and healthcare are often at greater risk of falling victim to crime. As an employer you are responsible for making sure your staff feel safe and protected when they are at work.
False alarm activations are more than just an annoyance, if they occur regularly they can cost you a lot of money in false alarm call-out fees. Even worse, if your home security system regularly triggers false alarms, you may be hesitant about using it and this could leave your home vulnerable to intruders.
Wireless technology has benefited us in many areas of our lives and security is no exception. Where security systems used to run on mains power and telephone landlines, nowadays there are some great wireless security systems on the market. Wireless systems use radio waves to transmit information, making them convenient to use and highly effective.
A motion sensitive security system and a cat or dog might sound like a recipe for disaster but these days, it’s more than possible for your pet and your security system to co-exist peacefully. In fact, many pet owners find that having a home security system lets them enjoy greater peace of mind during the day when they are away from their furry family member.