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Construction Security

Are You Facing Theft in Home Construction Sites?

Taking a few steps to develop a theft-prevention plan could save you significant expense and hassle Key takeaways: Construction site theft is a problem all over the country Employees and external thieves are responsible Creating a theft-reduction plan can help Remote video monitoring offers the best possible coverage Construction site theft is a substantial problem

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Construction Security

An 8-Step Construction Security Checklist to Protect Your Worksite

Creating a checklist ensures you won’t overlook any factors when developing a security plan Key takeaways: Protecting your construction worksite is essential because tools and equipment are valuable Securing equipment and limiting access are solid first steps Internal theft is also an issue Remotely monitored surveillance cameras allow you to keep an eye on everything

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General Security

How to Create a Robust Security System for your Apartment Building

Protect your tenants – and your property – with security solutions customized to your unique needs Key takeaways: Apartment security is vital for residents, managers, and owners There are many types of security that you will need to consider Monitored video surveillance provides the greatest peace of mind As a property manager or owner of

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General Security

What is a Commercial Building Security System?

A commercial security system can be made up of many different tools that keep your business safe Commercial building security is a broad term that includes all the various methods businesses might use to curb theft, trespassing, and vandalism. Companies have different needs when it comes to security, so the measures they take depend on

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Advance Your Warehouse Security

Warehouse Security: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Property

Protecting your inventory is vital, and an unsecured warehouse offers an easy target for thieves Storing inventory in a warehouse is convenient for many business owners because it creates an accessible area away from the storefront to keep stock secure. However, these goods are only as safe as your security system makes them, as thieves

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General Security

How to Spot (and Stop) Employee Theft in Your Business

Listen to your team, treat them well, and keep an eye on them.   Of the many challenges facing small business owners today, one of the most critical is employee theft. It’s estimated that employee theft costs American businesses up to $50 billion per year, with each rogue employee costing retailers an average of $1,551.66.

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General Security

4 Reasons to Have Cloud-Based Video Security Systems for Your Property

Investing in the Right Cloud-Based Video Security Systems can Save You Money While Providing Optimal Video Security Coverage As you create a custom video monitoring system for your business, the question of how you’ll store your data will arise. Traditionally, companies would store their video footage on-site, as there weren’t any other options available.  Today,

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Security Technology

8 Differences Between IP and Analog Cameras (and Why They Matter)

Cost, quality, and flexibility are just a few of the factors to consider when choosing a surveillance camera Your 21st-century business needs a 21st-century security system. A core element of this is your choice of camera. There are typically two options – analog and IP. It’s important to understand the differences in order to pick

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General Security

5 Benefits of a Car Dealership Security System

Video monitoring offers distinct advantages over other security methods No matter your business type, protecting your assets is essential to your success. Taking a few simple precautions to limit theft and vandalism makes running your company a lot easier and minimizes the time you’ll spend dealing with insurance agencies – and expensive increases in your

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Construction Site Security Plan
Construction Security

Construction Site Security Plan – A Complete Guide

To the untrained eye, your construction site might look like a pile of dirt and rebar. To a potential thief or vandal, it seems like the perfect place to find valuable items of resale or a blank slate for their next spray-paint masterpiece. A construction Site Security Plan is so important that If you don’t

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Trade Show Security

Follow These 7 Steps to Make Sure Your Trade Show Exhibit Stays Secure

Controlled access, security apps, and monitored surveillance cameras are just a few tools you can use to keep thieves at bay. Trade shows are spectacular opportunities for you to showcase your company. With thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors, they offer tremendous potential for sales and networking. Indeed, in 2019, U.S. conventions brought in

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Construction Security

Mobile security cameras: The wave of the future

A recent study revealed that 62 percent of Americans use some kind of home security product (including various types of security cameras). These days, security cameras are more sophisticated than ever. You can even find wireless cameras that connect to a phone without wifi. Wireless Security Cameras that Connect to Phone Without Wi-Fi Mobile, wireless

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General Security

How Can Loss Prevention Devices Protect Your Retail Business?

Investing in common theft-prevention tools and equipment can help keep your business assets safe Retail theft hurts businesses all over the country. A 2021 study by the Retail Industry Leaders Association and Buy Safe America Coalition reports that up to $68.9 billion worth of products were stolen from American businesses in 2019 alone, and retail

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Construction Site Security Plan
Construction Security

Construction Site Security Plan – A Contractor’s Loss Prevention Guide

Crime on construction sites, including theft, is on the rise across the nation including Maryland. These issues don’t just slow down production. They can also lead to unexpected costs that eat into your profits and affect your bottom line. If you don’t already have a construction site security plan, now is the time to make

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construction site security plan
Construction Security

7 Tips to Keep Your Construction Site Secure

Lighting, controlled access, and monitored cameras will create a safer, more secure site Theft at construction sites is, unfortunately, nothing new. And it may be getting worse. No longer content to sneak off with valuable materials under cover of darkness, thieves are now marching onto sites in broad daylight and taking whatever they can grab.

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Construction Security

Removing the Threat Of Construction Site Thefts

According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau and the National Equipment Register, construction site theft — costs companies between $300 million and $1 billion annually. Construction materials are more expensive than ever, meaning it’s even more imperative that you protect your construction sites from theft. If you’re unsure where to start, this guide is for

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Remote Construction Site Security Cameras
Construction Security

Remote Construction Site Security Cameras

You’ve put up a fence, you’ve installed motion-activated lights, and maybe you’ve even added GPS devices to your construction equipment. What more can you possibly do to keep the site safe when you’re not around? If you haven’t already installed surveillance cameras, you’ve left a massive gap in your site protection plan. This guide explains

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Video Surveillance

How to Mitigate Liabilities With Night Vision Cameras

Investing in surveillance cameras that provide nighttime visibility makes your commercial property safer Keeping your business safe around the clock is a priority. It’s impossible to predict what will happen on your jobsite on any given day, but taking steps to reduce your risks can protect your company as a whole. For example, cleaning up

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General Security

How to Keep Public Utilities Safe from Attack

Surveillance monitoring is a key component of public utility safety Of the many facilities that require security, probably the most crucial are public power utilities. The physical infrastructure of these facilities – generators, poles, substations, wires, and transformers – represent the lifeblood of their communities, which makes them the primary targets for bad actors. Any

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How to prevent construction site theft
Construction Security

How Do I Protect My Construction Site

As a construction manager, you can’t afford to lose time or money getting your team back on track after equipment gets stolen or part of the site is damaged. Luckily, from hiring a construction site security guard to installing cameras, you can take many steps to protect your construction site and avoid lost productivity or

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Construction Security

8 Steps to Prevent Theft on Construction Sites

Every year, the U.S. construction industry loses approximately $1 billion to construction site theft. Furthermore, for every instance of theft they experience, contractors lose an average of $6,000. Stealing from construction sites is already a severe and countrywide issue. However, it’s likely to become an even more pressing issue as the cost of materials continues

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Construction Security

Why Do Construction Sites Have Cameras?

These days, it’s more common than ever to see cameras strategically placed throughout a construction site. Have you ever wondered why leaders invest in security camera systems for construction sites? Are you unsure of whether you should follow suit? If so, read on to learn eight of the top reasons why construction managers install them.

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Video Surveillance

Does My Dispensary Need Video Surveillance?

Dispensary security surveillance and other steps help keep your goods, property, and people safe Despite marijuana now being legal for recreational use in 18 states and permitted for medicinal use in 37, it remains illegal at the federal level. As a result, legal dispensaries are in charge of selling products that could be illegal in

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Video Surveillance

Which Video Surveillance Solution is Right for Your Business?

Consider these factors before you select a video surveillance system to meet your needs As a business owner, one of your top concerns is maintaining a safe and secure workplace. And a video surveillance system can be a valuable tool to protect your company from intrusion, burglary, vandalism, fire, and other threats, letting you rest

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Video Surveillance

The Benefits of Installing Monitored Cameras at Your Business

Video surveillance cameras monitored by security professionals protect your company in many ways Theft is a significant issue for businesses around the country, and it can quickly sink a company that isn’t on top of the problem. Burt Flickinger, the managing director of retail consultancy Strategic Resource Group, reports that for “every $330 worth of

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Video Surveillance

How Much of a Problem is Internal Theft & How Can Retail Security Cameras Help?

Employee theft is a significant issue for American businesses because it’s challenging to detect If you run a business in the United States, there’s a good chance you’ve been the victim of internal theft. According to the National Federation of Independent Business, 64% of companies in the country have fallen victim to employee theft at

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Video Surveillance

How Making a Significant Surveillance Investment Can Benefit Your Business

The upfront cost brings a return for companies of all sizes as a crime- and hazard-prevention method. Making your business the safest place possible should be a priority to protect the employees and/or customers that enter the property daily. And enhanced security isn’t just the right thing to do — it can also prevent theft,

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Remote Monitored Video Surveillance Systems in Maryland
General Security

7 Types of Video Surveillance Systems For Your Business

Investing in the right video security system makes it far easier to protect your company from thieves and vandals. As you look for a video security system for your business, you’ll see multiple options on the market. The choice will ultimately come down to what works best for your purposes, but it’s worth exploring all

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Video Surveillance

3 Reasons Construction Site Theft is Becoming More Common

Thieves target construction sites and yards because valuable materials and equipment are often left unsupervised There have always been thefts at construction sites, but firms around the country believe the problem is getting worse. Thieves are becoming brazen when stealing items, even entering areas in broad daylight and attempting to leave with construction materials. There

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Fire Prevention

Protect Industrial & Construction Sites with Early Warning Smoke and Heat Detection

Wireless systems efficiently detect fire and alert first responders and occupants — and they’re particularly well-suited for industrial, manufacturing, and construction sites One of the significant challenges construction, industrial, and manufacturing properties face is the risk of fire. No matter how vigilant your team may be or how strict the safety protocols are, fire is

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Video Surveillance

Remote Video Monitoring vs. On-Site Security: A Comparison

Examining the pros and cons of each security approach could make your decision easier! Businesses of all sizes rely on some form of security to deter thievery, vandalism, and other crimes. Monitoring staff can also be a concern, given that internal theft costs American businesses at least $50 billion annually. Onsite security that places a

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Video Surveillance

Examining Vulnerable Areas Where Businesses Install Security Cameras

A remote monitoring surveillance system provides outstanding flexibility while protecting your most exposed spots. Here are a few common areas to keep an eye on! Keeping a business safe from theft and vandalism is always a priority, but it’s also a persistent challenge. Nevertheless, owners and managers can do some practical things to minimize the

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Video Surveillance

Why Criminals Target Lumber Yards — and How Lumber Yard Security Can Help

The housing market and the cost of lumber are making the commodity extremely valuable, necessitating lumber yard surveillance and security Lumber yard and construction company owners are noticing a disturbing trend, as their sites are becoming a bigger attraction for thieves. Sky-high lumber prices are one reason criminals steal more often from these locations, as

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Security Technology

Why Fake Security Cameras Won’t Protect Your Business

Real video surveillance is necessary if you’re serious about stopping criminals On the surface, installing fake security cameras around your property might make some sense. After all, imitation cameras are less expensive than real video surveillance devices, and they could conceivably have some benefits as a crime deterrent. However, the reality is that fake cameras

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Video Surveillance

How Remote Surveillance Access Can Benefit Your Business

Adding this layer of protection shields your assets while providing peace of mind. In past generations, a business’s security was simply reliant on the quality of the locks installed on the doors and windows. Then, alarms and other security devices became more common, providing greater peace of mind for company owners. But as thieves reached

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Construction Security

How Mobile Video Surveillance Maximizes Construction Security

Nearly everything on a construction site is temporary, so an adaptable mobile security solution fits right in. A construction site is essentially a temporary workplace in service of a permanent structure. A construction company sets everything up, completes the project, and moves its gear elsewhere for the next job. Since the site is temporary, some

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Video Surveillance

An Inside Look at Impound Yard Security & Surveillance

Impound lots should be safe havens for vehicles and people. But bad things can happen with substandard security and surveillance. Impound yards serve multiple sectors, ranging from law enforcement agencies holding vehicles on legal grounds to businesses storing them for auction or preparing them for scrap. Whatever the application, these yards can be targets for

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Video Surveillance

Selecting the Right Surveillance Type for Your Business

There are many surveillance camera system options available. Here are some key boxes to check. Thieves, vandals, and frauds cause plenty of havoc and expense at retail stores, construction sites, and many other settings. And businesses of all kinds can benefit greatly from installing video surveillance that protects people, property, and profits. This guide simplifies

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Video Surveillance

How Video Surveillance Helps Protect Retail Customers — and Stores from Injury Claims

Retail stores and parking lots can pose injury risks for customers and liability risks for owners. Monitored security cameras can mitigate these incidents. Security cameras have significant benefits for a variety of businesses, giving owners and managers the ability to monitor various activities that happen on the premises. In retail, video surveillance allows owners to

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Construction Security

Shield Schools with Under-Construction Mobile Video Surveillance

Educational facilities undergoing construction or renovation face risks of vandalism, theft, and more. Here’s how monitored video surveillance significantly enhances security. Walk by any construction or renovation project, and you’ll immediately notice one thing in common: they’re wide-open spaces with a lot of people coming and going. There’s little way around that open layout while

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Trade Show Security

7 Trade Show Security Tips to Keep Your Exhibit Safe

Taking your company’s trade show security into your own hands can secure your products, even when you aren’t there to watch them. Here’s what to know. Trade shows are great ways to get your products and services out there for interested parties to see. You can drum up a lot of business in a hurry

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Video Surveillance

How Video Surveillance Can Improve Insurance Claims Outcomes

Many insurance claims are rejected due to a lack of evidence. Learn why insurers look favorably on video footage and the businesses that capture it. A company purchases insurance because it accepts that every business model has its risks. There’s a policy to cover every eventuality, from customer and employee theft to trespassing, vandalism, arson,

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General Security

A Spotlight on After-Hours Security

Criminals know that weak video surveillance literally leaves businesses in the dark. Here’s how to keep sites safer after sundown with after-hours security. Every business is most at risk from sunset to sunrise, making after-hours security a must. Little to no physical presence onsite combined with low light conditions make it easier for criminals to

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Fire Prevention

Why Add Fire Detection So You Don’t Get Burned by Construction Site Fires

Construction fires start easily and spread quickly. Here’s how to add fire detection and other plans to avoid the worst. Construction sites are high-risk areas with more than their share of problems, including widespread theft and trespassing. They’re also literal hotspots for fires – which can cost companies materials, entire projects, and even lives –

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Video Surveillance

Let Video Surveillance Open Your Eyes to Employee Fraud

There are several ways for dishonest workers to take advantage at work. Video surveillance can be a powerful deterrent. No business is safe from employee fraud, and an easily opened safe or cash register isn’t the only target. The more valuable the objects and raw materials are on-site, the more likely thieves will get sticky

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Video Surveillance

Workers Compensation Fraud Is a Problem – but Video Surveillance Can Stop It

Workers Comp crime is rampant, and your workplace could be next. Make it harder for them with video scrutiny of your site. Legitimate workplace injuries occur in all employment sectors. High-risk occupations such as the construction industry immerse employees in many hazardous situations, making injury on these sites more likely. Genuine on-the-job injuries are expensive

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Video Surveillance

Here’s How Video Surveillance Can Help Your Project Financially

A clearer view of how on-site cameras can help companies create cost-effective security At first glance, the benefits of mobile video surveillance might seem too good to be true. Cost-effective security can seem like a contradiction for managers and accounting teams who can’t see beyond the perceived cost of buying and constantly upgrading hardware and

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Video Surveillance

How Video-Verified Responses Limit Damage and Risk

Learn how teaming up with a reliable surveillance team can help reduce false alarms, raise your security awareness, and save money State-of-the-art video surveillance is one of the best investments any job site can make. These camera-based systems can repay their initial cost many times over by fighting crime, deterring burglars, and providing potentially lifesaving

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Trade Show Security

5 Reasons You Need a Trade Show Security System at Your Next Event

A chaotic exhibit floor can be an inviting environment for thieves. Upgrading your security ensures items, vendors, and visitors are safe. Trade shows provide a bustling atmosphere where attendees can get up close to cutting-edge technology, state-of-the-art automobiles, advancements in aviation equipment, trendy home renovation supplies, and other valuable commodities. For this reason, trade shows

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Construction Security

Illuminating the Hidden Costs of Lax After-Hours Construction Site Security

Don’t be blind to costs that can derail your entire project – or the measures you can take to minimize them The after-hours activities of thieves and vandals can drive up project costs so significantly that they could endanger completion altogether. State-of-the-art video surveillance can provide powerful protection for your project during its most vulnerable

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Security Technology

5 Ways to Update the Security System at Your Construction Yard

As criminals evolve to use more technology and develop new techniques, business owners must stay one step ahead with the latest security trends Construction yards and sites contain significant value, as thieves can steal tools, equipment, and materials and resell them for profit. It’s one reason the National Equipment Register and National Insurance Crime Bureau

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Video Surveillance

How Surveillance Cameras Can Limit Your Business’s Losses

A professional surveillance system will keep eyes on your property around the clock. It’s an approach that can save your company significant money, despite the upfront cost. Running a business is a lot of work on the best of days, and sometimes it can become completely overwhelming.  There are times when you could find yourself

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Security Technology

How a Mobile Surveillance App Will Make Your Business More Secure

This method is a potent add-on to a video security system to help ensure your property has protection from theft and vandalism It’s impossible to keep an eye on your construction sites and other properties at all times. After all, you won’t be spending 24 hours a day in these locations, and you’ll need to

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Video Surveillance

4 Utility Infrastructure Security Threats and How to Be Ready for Them

Our society relies heavily on its utility infrastructure, and monitoring it for potential problems can reduce downtime while eliminating threats We often take our utilities for granted, as we assume our phones, water, heating, electricity, and internet will work on demand whenever we need them. While it’s true that this infrastructure is usually functional, chaos

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Video Surveillance

How Video Surveillance Prevents Fake Insurance Claims and Saves Money

Explore why the best eyewitness protection for businesses is the kind that never blinks There are many good reasons to use video surveillance at your worksite and its connected areas to protect against thieves, vandals, and trespassers. One fact that employers often overlook: Bad actors don’t always come from outside and carry a criminal record.

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Video Surveillance

Unlocking Hidden Cost Savings by Outsourcing Your Video Surveillance

Using the services of an outsourced expert can lower your video surveillance costs upfront and long-term Video surveillance can be a vital part of your security strategy because it ensures you have eyes on your construction yard, job site, or business at all times. The cameras you install also act as a deterrent, scaring off

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Security Technology

How Tag Recognition Cameras Record Vehicles Near Your Site

Learn how this valuable technology can help identify suspicious people and prosecute criminals Criminals will climb, jump, and sneak onto your worksite whenever they see an opportunity. They might also drive there to scope out a site before trying to break into it. Vehicles give them something to pack full of smaller stolen items or

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Construction Security

7 Tips to Protect Your Company From Scrap Metal Theft

Scrap metal has some resale value for thieves, so businesses should take some steps to secure any materials they keep on their properties Constructions sites and yards often leave scrap metal sitting around for weeks at a time. It might seem harmless, but if a thief catches wind that you’ve left this material unprotected, there’s

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Video Surveillance

7 Financial Video Surveillance Benefits for Your Business

While there is an upfront cost, installing a video surveillance system can save you money in the long run It’s a simple truth that prompts many companies to invest in video surveillance systems: You can’t be at your job sites at all times. After all, there’s a good chance you have more than one location,

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Security Technology

The Benefits and Savings of Solar-Powered Security

Solar power isn’t just for the sunshine states. Here’s why it could be a bright idea for your security challenges. These are dark times in terms of crime, with businesses across the country seeing record amounts of theft and vandalism. Your site needs reliable security surveillance, whether you’re in retail or education or are safeguarding

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How to prevent construction site theft
Construction Security

Why Construction Site Theft is Common and What You Can Do About It

Thieves will target construction sites for various reasons and cause costly losses in terms of missing materials or equipment. The good news is your company can take some steps to prevent this from happening. People are always coming and going from construction sites, and that creates the perfect environment for things to go missing. Dozens

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Construction Security

Lower Construction Site Liability with Monitored Video Surveillance

A single investment in visual security can prevent multiple expensive outcomes – including lawsuits –  related to construction site liability. Working in construction is one of the most potentially dangerous vocations in America. Many projects are run without due diligence on health and safety matters, for example, and even the best-managed sites have accidents happen.

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Video Surveillance

How Monitored Surveillance Services Can Keep Your Construction Project on Track

Having a trained surveillance professional monitor your construction site’s mobile video security system can eliminate many day-to-day problems you might experience. A lot can go wrong on a construction site because there are so many variables at play. You have multiple employees working on different aspects of the project, all of which have the potential

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Construction Security

What You Should Know About Construction Site Safety Standards

Keeping your construction site safe is essential to the overall health of your workers and business. OSHA sets and enforces safety standards, and you could find yourself liable if your organization doesn’t meet them.  Here’s what you need to know. Safety is a vital topic for any business owner because they never want to see

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Construction Security

5 Ways Video Surveillance Delivers Residential Construction Security

Residential builds don’t have to live with trespassers, thieves, and financial losses. The right video surveillance systems can prevent some of the biggest issues that impact construction sites. Residential construction projects struggle with security, and that’s true no matter how well the economy is doing. These sites are plentiful in a booming economic environment, for

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Surveillance camera mounted high above a construction site
Construction Security

What You Need to Know About Mobile Video Surveillance for Your Construction Site

Construction projects are vulnerable on multiple fronts. Video surveillance means they don’t have to be easy targets for criminals. Installing video surveillance has many advantages for every kind of business. Those in the construction industry can benefit more than most because they know that “closing” a site after hours is a lot harder than it

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Video Surveillance

Why Remote Security and Video Surveillance Are Worthwhile Investments

Commercial premises, construction sites, equipment and storage yards, even trade booths and exhibit shows are often targeted by thieves, trespassers, and vandals. Security threats don’t stop there either. Some of the biggest risks are already inside the organization and working to exploit it. Modern video surveillance and remote security are the two most powerful tools

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Construction Security

How to Prevent Graffiti Tagging

Many types of criminals like to target construction sites. This is what makes construction site security so essential. It can help prevent and prosecute criminal acts, including those by that vandal/trespasser hybrid better known as the graffiti tagger. Graffiti is an expensive problem in America. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that tackling it costs

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Video Surveillance

Trespassing Laws in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C

Commercial properties and construction sites are top targets for trespassers. More than 1,000 pieces of commercial equipment are stolen every month, for example. At other times they’re simply seeking the thrill of being somewhere they shouldn’t. Property managers must safeguard their premises with commercial security systems in either instance to protect people and possessions. Investing

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Security Technology

NVR vs DVR: Which System Is Right For Your Storage Lot?

Storage Lot Showdown: DVR vs. NVR Security Camera Systems Owning a storage lot can be an excellent investment, and deploying first-class security surveillance is the best way to protect it against bad actors. Storage lots aren’t just a major financial commitment for their owners; customers using your lot are trusting you to protect their possessions

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