It’s important to have a business security plan before you need it. This plan should include the property, the money, and your personnel. A quick risk analysis will help you to find any security threats that your business may face.
If your business deals with cash daily, you’ll need to have an emergency cash management plan in place. Here are some examples to consider:
Consider some or all of these options for security in your business.
These alarms can detect and alert any unauthorized movement. Just link the sensors to lights to control your lighting and they will come on if anything moves.
These will detect any glass that breaks as well as the door opening. They work on all kinds of doors.
You can access all of your alarms with your smartphone and see what is going on as well.
You can record everything that goes on in your building with CCTV recording to help reduce theft and detect anyone coming or going from your facility.
This will vary depending on your business, but reinforcing entry points is very important. This means using solid doors with deadlocks, and installing tough glass or window bars on windows. Alternatively for windows you can also install window roller shutters which can be opened when the business is open and then shut when the business is closed. Sydney roller shutters can also protect your business from storms and bushfires – an added bonus.
These will alert you whenever there is smoke or a fire. They can also call for emergency services.
These will control the entry and the exit of all employee’s with the swipe of a code or card. Integrate them with the time clock and you can add an extra measure of security.
Use pre-installed security alarms to alert you to people entering and exiting the facility.
Be sure to keep business insurance in place as well. This will help you in your business insurance and may get you a discount. Review your insurance on a regular basis and keep it up to date. Be sure to adjust it as your business grows.
Any security breach can cause interruption on your business. Keep a continuity plan in place so that you will have a lower impact on your business should there be a disruption. This can greatly help keep your business going regardless of the disruption.