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Protecting business premises and property is a serious business

Business premises are a vital asset to any Company, they are the centre of operations housing merchandise, people and data, all of which are essential to the smooth running of the enterprise. Maintaining adequate security measures to protect assets, is paramount.

Burglary is statistically proven to be the most common type of crime experienced by businesses, opportunist theft is common, and most burglars will pick on premises where they think there is less chance of being caught.

Commercial property is very attractive to thieves because often there are high value items inside and possibly during the silent-hours the premises may be locked down allowing more time for them to break in and remove assets.

Clearly the impact on businesses is serious, damage to machinery and removal of valuable materials, and tools, will cause a substantial impact on the organisation, possibly disastrously so.

In addition, there are further security risks, including vandalism, shoplifting, and risks of violence toward personnel. Of greater concern is the rise of theft by existing staff.

Not only is theft damaging due to loss of assets, profits and confidence but the Insurance premiums can become onerous.

Proactive steps can be taken to acquire a security system that is cost effective and relatively inexpensive, time saving and generally streets ahead of the alternative.

Thanks to technological advances electronic security systems are easier to install, exceptionally easy to use, and are easier to have access to where-ever and whenever the owner wishes.

Electronic Security Systems include:

  • Closed Circuit Television, CCTV, internal and external

  • Security lighting

  • Business Intruder Alarms, and

  • Access Control Door Entry systems.