Business Security Systems

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Ensuring that the senior citizens in your health facility are safe and truly cared for should be a top priority. To ensure an all rounded safe environment there are several are safety measure you need to factor in as well. It is also important that you address the security of your premises, and the well-being of your staff. This is because your efforts to provide the best care for your elderly patients can affect the quality of your service, as well as the comfort and security of both your employees and clients. Fire safety What’s the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about ensuring your facility and its occupants are safe from fires? Perhaps you may think of fire extinguishers and exits, even smoke detectors. While these are indeed essential and effective, they mostly get used only when an actual fire has broken out. You also need is to put a system in place that can help you prevent such an unfortunate event from occurring. You can install CCTV cameras at high risk areas and assign a staff to monitor these. This way, the slightest hint of trouble will be addressed before it escalates. You can also draw up a set of guidelines for your staff to follow in order to minimize the occurrence of fire hazards. For example, nobody should smoke on the premises. Another is warning them that no flammable substances should be placed near heat or devices that can ignite the said products. Accessibility of Entrances and Exits Aside from making sure the doorways are elderly-friendly, they should be secure and monitored at all...