Why CCTV Cameras are invaluable to any Business

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CCTV cameras can provide real time footage, so when trouble occurs monitors can respond accordingly. With CCTV you can be assured that crime against people, theft and vandalism to your premises are all covered and minimized (through the deterrent effects of CCTV being in place). With CCTV you can secure the most vulnerable and sensitive areas of the premises. CCTV can be integrated with other features of security systems for added control, safety and convenience features. Through CCTV combined with access control technology you can control who is entering your premises as well as when and where. Access control can help you protect employees, visitors, property and sensitive information.  All of which contributes to a safer working environment. It can also simplify time sheet procedures and help prevent fraud. CCTV Benefits for staff management CCTV can effectively monitor employee and visitor movements within and outside your premises CCTV can be used to identify safety issues and employees needs CCTV helps in observing good and bad practices CCTV can protect against fraudulent compensation claims CCTV has demonstrated effectiveness CCTV is one of the most effective parts in a security management and loss preventions system. It has been confirmed that having very noticeable cameras that cover vulnerable areas of your premises, reduces the opportunity to commit crime, both from external and internal sources. Eversafe provide the very latest CCTV technology and security systems to suite our clients’ specific needs – for a no obligation business security appraisal call Eversafe on Melbourne local call (03) 900 10 900...

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...

Why CCTV is worth the investment for your business security

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You never know when an emergency or break in might occur; Eversafe Business Security Camera Packages and CCTV provide a high level of security and act as an important visual deterrent in their own right to both intruders and trespassers. Encourage your workers to conduct themselves professionally A CCTV security system can be a powerful deterrent against inappropriate behaviour in the workplace.  It lets your employees know that they are safe and that they must conduct themselves professionally. Deter and identify workplace bullying with CCTV Workplace bullying is a serious threat to employee health, safety and the stability of your business operations.  If left unchecked it can lead to reduced profitability, increasing absenteeism, low morale and a high staff turnover.   With a CCTV system monitoring employees they will feel more secure knowing that if an incident where to occur it would be recorded and the perpetrators would be dealt with. Our offsite monitoring ensures that your business will be kept safe from intrusion, burglary and break in whether you are home or away, and our super fast response time means you can feel secure that we are always on hand when you need us.  Eversafe Australia has an extensive range of security cameras selected from a small variety of top branded suppliers to suit all types of CCTV camera purposes. Eversafe Australia has an extensive range of security cameras selected from a small variety of top branded suppliers to suit all types of CCTV camera purposes. We provide the very latest technology that specifically suits our clients’ needs – for a no obligation Business Security appraisal call Eversafe on...

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...

Business Security Policies You Need To Consider

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Having well defined security policies are essential for your business security.  Everyone within the business needs to understand their role in maintaining the businesses security.  They should be agreed to and signed when new employees join the company.  Existing employees should be briefed on what their responsibilities are and gaps in current business security should be discussed. 1.    Email and Social networking Your business security policies should cover appropriate content for company emails and social media sites.  Keeping your businesses sensitive information private is dependent on outlining the prevention of serious confidentiality incidents.  Employees need to understand that their communications on social media sites reflect the culture and image of the business. 2.    Visitor Management Any unauthorized or unsupervised visitors can become a threat to the safety of staff and can potentially steal sensitive information about the business.  When deciding on your business security policy you need to decide on whether staff should escort visitors at all times or only in particular areas.  A security system with access control and CCTV is the best way to monitor and control who enters your business. 3.    Non-Disclosure agreements NDA policies need to cover on communication by email, social media sites and of course verbal communication.  Without clear NDA guidelines your employees may share information about your business that can lead to legal complications. 4.    Mobile device / PDA security Smart phones can store a great deal of sensitive information about your business and can be an entry point into your network.  You should consider clear guidelines for mobile device data encryption and password policies to ensure that if they are misplaced...