Tag: Security

25
Aug

Preventing Catalytic Converter Theft

The nation has seen the numbers of catalytic converter theft skyrocket within the past 12 months. From July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2021, claims filed for catalytic converter theft grew by nearly 300% nationwide as compared to the year prior. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reports that catalytic converter thefts have seen a significant increase since the beginning

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12
Aug

Signs of a Potential Shoplifter

Shop owners and store managers already have their hands full when running a retail establishment. The safety and security of their staff, shoppers and merchandise are always a top concern when running a smooth operation. The National Retail Federation reports that inventory shrink accounts for nearly $4.86 Billion in losses every year. Retail spaces, small and large, report that they’ve

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9
Aug

New Mask Mandate Calls for Extra Security

New mask mandates means more security needed. Government officials in California are mandating that individuals return to wearing masks regardless of vaccination status. As infection rates rise, more counties will require that masks are worn in stores, restaurants, movie theaters, offices, and many other indoor activities. Hiring Security Judging from the behavior of some individuals when previous mask mandates were

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4
Aug

Why You Need Parking Security

Parking lots and parking garages are often scenes to crime including vehicle theft and vandalism. They’re easy targets due to their relatively low visibility, lack of security, and their tendency to become chaotic. Parking lots of every size and location are potentially at risk for crimes. This includes apartment complexes, shopping centers, airports, train stations, etc. It’s generally a good

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1
Jul

Employee Termination Services

Employee termination security helps your HR team or business terminate an employee who is a high-risk termination. This lowers, or possibly eliminate, the chance that any dangerous incidents will occur. Subsequently, this can make a world of difference. They can stop any dangers while protecting other employees and staff from physical, mental, and emotional health. This year, the city of

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30
Jun

How to Protect Your Business During a Protest

Peaceful protests are the norm and usually never escalate to anything but. However, when tension escalate, small businesses, shoppers, and staff get caught in the cross hairs of angry protesters. What can follow is looting, property damage, and possible injuries to bystanders. Business owners want to keep their property, patrons, employees, and themselves safe and out of harm’s way. To

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25
Jun

Fire Watch Services

What is Fire Watch? Fire Watch is a service where a trained professional patrols buildings and properties to identify fire hazards. They inspect and prevent fires by performing regular rounds and patrols. A fire watch professional can provide guidance to businesses who may have issues with their current fire systems. Fire watch professionals are trained to alert the fire department

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23
Jun

What Security Guards Can and Can’t Do

Businesses small and large will hire private security for a multitude of reasons. Some reasons include deterring threats and crimes, while others may include to deter trespassing and burglary. Individuals may even hire security guards to maintain peace at a special event or hire them to safeguard their homes. Whatever the reason may be, there are things that security guards

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15
Jun

How to Prepare for Extreme Heat

Summer is quickly approaching and with that, the heat. Residents of California are more than familiar with the yearly heat and the risks that comes with it. California experienced multiple heat waves, along with wildfires, all throughout the hotter months of the year 2020. It’s important to take steps to stay safe during hot weather. Continue reading for tips on

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11
Jun

Independence Day Safety Tips

Independence Day, or Fourth of July, is the holiday most commonly celebrated with family gatherings, BBQs, and fireworks. But it’s this same holiday that touts the highest rate of structure fires and injuries due to fireworks. Fireworks account for an average of 18,500 fires each year, including structure fires, vehicle fires, and other fires. Fireworks-related brush, grass, and forest fires

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