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Protecting Your Business

Posted By Trevor Fox

If you’re a business owner then you’ll want to take any steps you can to protect your business from risks such as theft, burglary and vandalism. Businesses are often targeted by criminals because of the cash that’s carried as well as expensive stock and tools.

Below are some of the best ways to make your business more secure –

1. Invest in a security alarm and security lights

If your business doesn’t have a working security alarm then it’s much more vulnerable to break-ins and vandalism. The same is true of security lights. By investing in a good security alarm and motion-sensitive security lights, you will make your business considerably more secure.

2. Train your staff well 

Employees are often the biggest weakness that a business has when it comes to security. This is especially true of security staff if they’re not well-trained. If you’re not certain what the best practices are when it comes to business security then seeking specialist training for your staff is never a bad idea.

3. Remove any graffiti or rubbish from the outside of your building 

The appearance of your building makes a big difference when it comes to attracting potential burglars and vandals. If your building looks very clean and well-maintained it lets criminals know that it won’t be an easy target. Having any graffiti removed and making sure rubbish is collected regularly is one of the best ways to make your business less likely to be targeted by thieves.

4. Invest in strong doors and windows 

Strong windows and doors are a must if you want to put off thieves and vandals. You should seek out advice from professionals when it comes to windows and doors since they’ll be able to advise you on the best solutions for your particular business.

5. Invest in CCTV cameras

CCTV cameras, when they’re placed in the right places are an excellent deterrent for criminals. When combined with security lights and security alarms, they make your business much safer and less likely to be targeted.

6. Try to avoid keeping large amounts of cash on the premises – Nothing is more alluring to thieves than cash so you should try to limit how cash is at your premises as much as possible. Keep any large amounts of cash you do have in a time-locked safe.


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