The Most Vulnerable Areas in Your Office You Should Secure

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The door is not the only place in your work premises that you should keep an eye on. There are other points of entry and targets that may not be immediately obvious to you. Not only that, perpetrators don’t always come from the outside – it is highly possible you are actually working with those that pose a serious security threat to your business. As such, it is important to secure all areas that are vulnerable to both external and internal security risks. To do so, you need to identify which aspects of your office are most likely to be targeted by infiltrators. Your Desk If you are the CEO, business owner, manager, supervisor, or holding some other top-level position in your company, it is important to secure highly sensitive and confidential documents and other essential items in your work area. You would not want to lose important data that may be used against you or your company. You also would not want the competition to be in the know regarding your future plans and corporate strategies, nor would you want to lose high-value physical assets that may be found in your room. Your Records and Server Room This is where essential corporate data may be found. To prevent information or identity theft, as well as illegal access to your network, you should have these areas monitored via security surveillance cameras and installed with an efficient business alarm system. Your Supplies Storage Area Keep your company from losing money over discrepancies in product inventory. You should also prevent staff from taking advantage or misusing your office supplies, as frequent...

Why Commercial Alarm Systems are Essential to Safety

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When choosing a commercial alarm system solution provider you need to find an installer who uses the latest technology and knows how to customize a solution that is right for the premises.  Through experience in installing Commercial Alarm Systems, providers can utilize advanced detection in the most efficient manner to ensure your businesses integrity and the safety of visitors on site. Ensure the safety of visitors and assets with a Commercial alarm system Commercial alarm systems are a great way to restrict the times of day that employees and visitors can access the various parts of your premises, such as particularly sensitive floors and rooms of the office or factory.  You can easily grant visitors temporary access with a preset expiration date and time. CCTV is another critical part of a comprehensive commercial alarm system as it offers real-time footage of your workers and visitors and is a proven deterrent of antisocial and inappropriate workplace behaviour, which results in higher productivity and a feeling of safety among persons on the premises. Take control of access to your premises with Commercial Alarm Systems Commercial alarm systems help business owners and managers monitor onsite activity via swipe cards, key pad access, real time and real time CCTV footage which is all accessible anywhere in the world through access control technology.  A major advantage to this is that an individual’s access to any entrance points can be granted or revoked easily through smart phone applications. Eversafe provide the tailored home alarm security systems to suite our clients’ specific needs – for a no obligation security appraisal call Eversafe on Melbourne local call (03) 900 10 900...

Install Security Surveillance Systems to Boost Profitability

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Security surveillance systems can be very affordable safety solution as they can be scaled to a wide variety of budgets.  An experienced installer can offer an evaluation of your premises and offer a variety of solutions with different levels of protection. Increase your profitability with a Security Surveillance System A Security surveillance system can increase the profitability of a business in a number of ways.  They are a proven deterrent against loitering and suspicious behaviour and can prevent break-ins.  Other benefits include the ability to monitor staff productivity, control who has access to your premises remotely and protection against fraudulent compensation claims. Security Surveillance Systems deter crime from employees Crime from within the business such as theft from temporary or full time staff can lead to surprising profit reductions if it is allowed to continue for an extended amount of time.  With a security surveillance system in place they will be far less likely to commit such crimes knowing they are watched at all times and their actions are recorded.  Bullying and other forms of harassment are also less likely to occur when employees know that they are accountable for their actions as they are being recorded. CCTV Cameras and motion sensors are essential parts of an effective security surveillance system.  Video intercoms are another common feature in security surveillance systems for both home and business purposes.  Through integration with access control system you can see who is at your door from the comfort of your living room or office, which is a huge convenience factor and also adds to your safety. Eversafe provide the tailored security systems to...

Business Security Systems – Reliabillity and What To Look For

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Choosing a security system setup that is right for your budget and protection needs can be a daunting task.  You are essentially putting a great deal of faith in your security system provider, trusting that the equipment is going to be dependable and that emergency situations will be responded too in a timely and appropriate manner. Business Security monitoring essentials When choosing your security system installer, ensure that the monitoring company has extensive experience in alarm monitoring within Melbourne.  Fully trained monitoring staff are essential to having complete peace of mind you are protected.  Trained operators can respond appropriately to the emergency that triggered the alarm and notify the appropriate authorities or patrol team. Security System with the latest technology Find a security company that uses the latest surveillance and signalling technology.  Clearer pictures from the latest high resolution cameras help to identify the distinguishing features offenders, which greatly aide police.  Wireless security monitoring technology is a very important feature to look for, as it means you are protected in the event that your phone line is cut or tampered with. What level of Business security do I need? There is no one answer to this question! It varies based on the level of risk involved on your premises.  Factors include insurance requirements, value of assets on site, crime profile in the suburb and the number of staff present.  An experienced security system installer for business provider can help you evaluate the security needs of your business. Eversafe provide the very latest technology that tailored to suite the clients’ specific needs – for a no obligation business security appraisal call Eversafe on Melbourne local...

Business Security Risks At Opening And Closing Times

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The opening and closing times for businesses  pose a serious security risk. Employees are particularly vulnerable to attacks at these times from robbers and other forms of hostile behaviour. Below are Everafe Security’s top tips on how to keep your business secure during these most vulnerable times. Opening your business securely Ideally a minimum of two employees should be present at the time a business opens and closes for the day.  One of the employees should have a clear view of the entry to the premises and be ready to contact authorities if a breach of business security incident occurs.  Upon entry into the premises it is essential to have a thorough routine for checking for signs of forced entry to ensure no intruders are on the premises. Closing your business securely Employees should be on the lookout for any visitors or customers that appear to be intentionally loitering or otherwise acting suspiciously.  After all non-staff have left the building a final walkthrough of the building should be conducted.  Restrooms, storage rooms and lounge areas are common hiding places for unwelcome lingerers. What to do in a hostile confrontation Training staff on what to do in the event of a robbery is an essential part of any business security policy.  In the event of a robbery staff should comply with the aggressor and focus on staying safe, non security staff should never attempt to apprehend a perpetrator and should contact authorities as soon as it is safe to do so. How Eversafe can help you evaluate gaps in your security It’s our business to keep you protected. Contact Eversafe...