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Alarm Activations

What are Alarm Activations? If you own and run a business premises, then chances are that you will want to make sure that it is protected. This is why plenty of people decide to install alarms into a building. But what happens when it comes to monitoring these alarms, and attending if there is a problem?
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With Christmas quickly approaching, many offices are facing the question of how to safely secure your office over the Christmas break?
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As a business owner, your main priorities are to keep your staff, property and yourself safe. It can be daunting to know you are the person who needs to respond to an alarm activation, as it is not always a false alarm. Whether this responsibility is on you, or on a specific member of your staff, if you are not trained or experienced in these types of life-threatening situations you could potentially be causing more harm than good.
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Did you know there are three types of burglaries that commercial buildings are at risk of? You need to be aware of these to ensure your property, its contents and employees are safe. Burglary by definition is the ‘Illegal entry of a building with intent to commit a crime, especially theft.’ With break-ins happening on average every 40 seconds it is important your building is properly protected to minimise the risk of this happening.
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If you want to have a safe and secure property you will need to regularly conduct security audits to ensure your processes are effective. Your security needs will continually change and grow, therefore maintenance and checks are essential. Your audit does not need to be complicated, therefore we have created this example of the types of questions you should ask yourself.
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For some businesses, security is important but optional, but for others, it is simply a necessity. Often, pro-activeness with a security plan only occurs once a break-in has occurred, but any responsible corporate business will have appropriate security processes in place to prevent criminals in the first place. Factors such as the nature of the business, property location or ability to be targeted by criminals should be acknowledged and used to create and implement an effective security strategy.
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