Security Equipment for Your Business

Installing proper security safeguards can be a first step toward protecting employees and customers as well as minimizing the risk of robbery, property damage, and more. Consider the following equipment when developing your security plan:

  • Digital camera system with secure recordings and off-site viewing capabilities
  • Electronic safe with PIN code access
  • Core key locking systems for all outside doors
  • Security window with metal view flap and doorbell or buzzer on delivery doors
  • High-intensity lighting in the parking lot and at all entries/exits
  • Alarms for back and side doors and holdup burglar alarms
  • Locks for all cash registers, merchandise displays, main freezers, coolers, stockrooms, roof ladders, and restrooms; deadbolts or padlocks for outside access areas
  • Convex mirrors for hidden lobby areas
  • Installation of safety glass
  • Appropriate security signage (for example, indicating the presence of video surveillance, prosecution of shoplifters, etc.)

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