Business security needs are highly specialized, as compared to residential security. As such, securing a commercial facility goes beyond installing fancy gadgets. It requires some common sense and detailed strategy to come up with a comprehensive security plan.

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1.    Conduct A Security Audit: Businesses should hire a professional security consultant to conduct a security audit on their facility. The audit will enable them to identify weak spots that rogue employees and criminals could exploit in order to infiltrate the business.

2.    Secure All Valuables: Businesses should keep valuables such as money and important business documents locked up and out of sight of unauthorized persons. This is a good way to ensure such items are safe. The items could be stored in safe, strong room, vault or other protected area within the premises.

3.    Invest In A Good Security System: The different types of Business Security Systems enable businesses to protect their property and ensure the safety of their workers and customers. Some of the recommended systems include:

  • IP surveillance cameras:  Security cameras are a great deterrent for criminal activity. The cameras enable business owners to monitor all the activities within the facility.
  • Access Control System: These systems enable businesses to monitor and control the movement of people within the facility. As such, it is possible to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing sensitive areas.
  • Business Alarms: Alarm systems are essential in guarding against burglary and other threats such as smoke, fire and carbon monoxide poisoning.

4.    Hire The Right People: Rogue employees are more dangerous to a business than any external threat. These people work within the organization and thus, are aware of how the business operates, where valuables are stored, as well as the kind of security system that is in place. Therefore, businesses should take appropriate steps to ensure that they only hire trustworthy employees, including:

  • Carry out background checks on all new employees
  • Take time to verify both personal and previous employment information
  • Require prospective employees to provide references
  • Check for problems with gambling and poor credit
  • Check for criminal record

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