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Business Security Systems
In the twelve months to March 2011 there were 40,832 reported break and enters into dwellings and 90,154 reported cases of malicious damage to property in NSW alone. The cost to Australian business is significant.
Know Risk is No Risk
Business security is a serious business. Devastating losses, litigation risks and downtime can result from poor security systems. To help you design the right business security system that meets your unique business needs, we take the time to analyse your business risks, taking into consideration your personal risk concerns and our depth of experience to make your site safer.
To help you design the right business security system that meets your unique business needs,
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Newhams Security business solutions
To find the right security solution for your business, we start with a clear understanding of your risks and what you would like to achieve. From there we tailor security solutions that represent value for money and implemented with a strong sense of purpose, covering:
- Insurance and legislative requirements
- Safety of staff, clients and visitors to your premises
- Loss prevention – (stock, property, information)
- Cost control and reduction of total cost of ownership of your security system
Some Easy Security Tips for your Business
To reduce loss and risk potential, take these easy steps:
- Business Identification – Display the business name and address in a prominent location at the front of the business to assist emergency services to locate your property;
- Post warning signs strategically around the perimeter of your property, particularly near entry/exit points to warn intruders of security measures.
- Remove obstacles and items that may hinder a clear view of the premises.
- Install security lighting around the perimeter of the business, particularly over entry/exit points to make intruders visible.
- Clearly define the boundary of the property using boundary fences, preferably of an open-style construction. This allows greater visibility to and from the street, restricts unauthorised access, and clearly defines your territorial space.
- Ensure external doors and frames are of solid construction and comply with the Building Code of Australia (Fire Regulations).
- Establish clear cash and mail-handling procedures.
- Implement a monitored alarm system
- Make sure CCTV equipment is highly visible.