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With the end of the year rapidly approaching, now is the time to think about how you can keep your business secure and protected over the Christmas holiday period.
Carparks can be one of the most difficult areas of your business to secure; constant traffic, multiple access points, blind spots and tight spaces. But there are plenty of security features you can implement to ensure your company’s carpark is as safe as possible.
Hiring a team of security guards can help your business stay safe, avoid government fines, minimise liability and most importantly continue to operate smoothly through lockdown. “Any business found breaking the rules may be subjected to fines and could face a closure,” Director of Compliance Dimitri Argeres said in a statement.
It is a sad fact that frontline workers have been bearing the brunt of abuse and aggression during these difficult times of lockdowns and government restrictions. And this includes essential retail workers.
Moveable assets are the ones most prone to misplacement, theft and damage. And this can be costly. But employing an asset loss prevention strategy can help.
Security is about much more than the safety of physical assets; online security is critical to staying in business. And with the amount of cyber crime increasing, it’s no longer a matter of ‘if’, but ‘when’.