Physical Security Tips for Small Business Owners

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University Lock Security shares how to take care of the physical security of your business and staff members. Best home security system company in the Phoenix / Tempe AZ area. Installation of residential and commercial burglar alarm systems and security cameras. Monitoring services available.

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<ul><li> 1. UniversityLock&amp;Security|(480)966-4505|http://ulssecurity.com Discovermoregreatcontenthere: https://twitter.com/ULSSecurity https://www.youtube.com/user/universitylock http://www.pinterest.com/ulssecurity https://www.facebook.com/pages/University-Lock-Security-Inc/133639059980305 Physical Security Tips for Small Business Owners As a small business owner, you likely have a long list of to-dosand the physical security of your business and staff members should be at the top of that list. After all, peace of mind for you and your staffers is well worth the time it takes to protect your livelihood. A good security plan should keep all the members of your staff safe as well as protect your business from theft or vandalism. In order to create a solid, trustworthy security plan to protect your small business, follow these four tips. 1) Perform a thorough inspection of your business property. Before installing anything or putting any plans into action, it is important to take careful stock of any weak points in and outside your property. For example, are the windows easily opened from the outside? Do employees habitually leave doors propped open? Who has access after business hours are over? If you arent exactly sure what to look for, a professional security system company can come and perform an exhaustive inspection to let you know exactly what your business needs. 2) Discuss security with your employees on a regular basis. For your business and employees to stay safe, everyone who comes in and out of the property regularly should be briefed on security protocol. Staffers should know what areas are off-limits, when they are allowed to be in the building, what procedures to follow in case of fire or emergency, and the security rules for visitors. You may choose to send an email or conduct a physical meeting, but you should absolutely provide written instructions so your employees can refer to them in times of doubt. </li></ul> <p> 2. UniversityLock&amp;Security|(480)966-4505|http://ulssecurity.com Discovermoregreatcontenthere: https://twitter.com/ULSSecurity https://www.youtube.com/user/universitylock http://www.pinterest.com/ulssecurity https://www.facebook.com/pages/University-Lock-Security-Inc/133639059980305 3) Install an access control system. Many businesses lose property and sensitive information by not having controlled access to the propertyit is common for people to simply walk in off the street into an unsecured business and take laptops, purses, wallets, and other property thats kept in the office. A controlled access system, along with employee training, can prevent these unfortunate occurrences, which cost small businesses a lot of time and moneynot to mention employee morale. 4) Consult with a professional about any other security needs you may have. Cameras outside the entryways work in two important waysfor one, they are a visual deterrent for any would-be burglars, and they also provide solid proof of any criminal activity or misconduct. A quality professional security business can also provide excellent systems and alarm monitoring, safe sales and installation, and locksmith services. University Lock &amp; Security Systems is ready to help you make your small business a safe place to worksimply call our professionals at (480) 966-4505 with any questions or to schedule a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you. </p>