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Overview on Business & Commercial Security

New security analysis research has found that the best protection and safety measures arise from the use of a mixed Security Structure. This means that businesses where they employ a Security Guard service along with Electronic Security devices had a comparative 88% lower chance of being targeted for robbery. And in the offset probability where they were targeted, 99% of the culprits were caught with evidence.


One sure way to reduce property loss (during non-business hours) is to install a commercial alarm system. By covering doors and windows with sensors and posting clearly visible security "warning decals" you can greatly reduce the chances of burglary and vandalism. Insurance companies also realize the benefits, and typically offer discounts to businesses that takes steps towards loss prevention. Insurers know that a business with an alarm, if broken into, will have substantially less property stolen. Commercial alarm systems vary in sophistication and in price. Some are simple stand-alone systems designed to draw attention. Others have multiple intrusion detection sensors monitoring not only for building intrusion but for fire and smoke protection as well. A monitored system provides automatic notification to authorities in the event of intrusion or fire whether the premises are occupied or not.


Another good way to reduce property loss (during business and non-business hours) is to install commercial video surveillance or a closed-circuit television (CCTV) system. CCTV allows you to monitor and record events in multiple areas of your business, thereby deterring burglary, robbery, assault, vandalism and theft. CCTV can also decrease liability and reduce insurance costs. CCTV is fast becoming one of the most important tools in the fight against crime.


A commercial access control system combined with a monitored alarm system and a video surveillance system provides maximum security protection.



For site specific advice and solutions to your security concerns contact Kalinchok Security Services and one of our advisors will be happy to visit your site and provide you with a security appraisal. 

 


 

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Issued in Public Interest by Kalinchok Security, a leading security provider in Nepal