Installing a commercial video surveillance system can prepare your business for almost anything. It can provide you with eyes and ears on your property even when you’re not there.
While the winter months should be all about family gatherings and holiday traditions, it’s no time for businesses to let down their guard. And for anyone operating, selling or storing heavy equipment, it’s especially important to step up security during the holidays.
Construction site monitoring protects employees, provides reliable documentation, and helps preserve the security, integrity, and ultimately the success of construction projects.
Believe it or not the holiday season is upon us – and accompanying the increase in cheer and good will, comes a rise in crime.
Get ready for a holiday season unlike any other. It’s gearing up to be a season of unknowns as businesses coast-to-coast work through uncharted territory, trying to balance the holiday shopping rush with COVID-19 safety protocols.
In addition to monitoring email, group chat, and other types of employee uses of employer equipment, video surveillance monitoring is both necessary and common; more than half of U.S. employers have installed video surveillance systems.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau reports 25,394 catalytic converters were stolen nationwide between 2008-2015, with theft rising 23% during that period. And that’s just for insured cars, meaning the numbers could be much higher.
This global manufacturer uses AI-enhanced digital video to restore employee trust in the safety of its work environments. They were able to adapt their health and safety plans to reduce opportunities for virus spread.
Whether it’s a far corner of your car lot, or a shut-down construction site, video surveillance can help you surveil and respond to problems at any point of entrance or exit on your property.
Fact: You’ve worked too hard to let criminals steal your hard-earned assets, or get access to your valued property. But that doesn’t mean thieves and vandals aren’t bound and determined to keep on trying.
Customers don’t like feeling anxious when making major financial decisions, so don’t use a security system that contributes to that. Small, unobtrusive cameras can provide security to you and peace of mind to your customers.