Alarm System – Commercial
A business alarm system can be set up with anything from a simple eight zone panel, to a more complex 168 zone system, to ensure that in the event of a burglary the control centre will immediately identify the exact offices and outdoor areas that intruders have breached. Several fixed and remote panic alarms are supplied with the business alarm system so that, in case of an emergency, staff can discreetly alert us to promptly respond to the scene.
Our quality business alarm systems are sourced from leading global suppliers and fitted to deter, detect and detain criminals, with the priority of always keeping its business clients and their staff safe and preventing financial losses.
Electric Fencing – Commercial
An electrified security fence connected to an alarm system is an essential part of a comprehensive layered security solution for any business premises.
Electric fencing has been proven to successfully act as a psychological deterrent to burglars, and has been known to delay intruders from breaching a perimeter. Additionally, it can serve as an early warning system to ensure maximum security. Forming one of your first lines of defense, electric fencing for business should be zoned and synced with the business alarm system. This will provide an early warning that will set off the alarm should an intruder tamper with the fence, and identified zones will indicate location on larger sites.
While the fundamentals of electric fencing for business remain the same, there are many factors to consider for optimal installation. Variables such as the number of strands, the distance between the strands, the length and number of zones, and the integration with other types of fencing or walls are determined by the distinctive requirements of individual clients.
Access Control – Commercial
At a bare minimum, an electronic access control system can be used to allow only authorized employees into a building after hours, and to provide excellent documentation of when and where employees enter and exit. That’s why more and more businesses are using electronic access control solutions to limit employees’ admission to certain areas.
This system is also the only technology that proactively attempts to keep unauthorized individuals out of a building, or certain areas within a facility. It’s also a perfect complement to video surveillance, burglar and fire systems, making it part of a comprehensive security solution.
The access control system is an extremely effective deterrent. It provides a very efficient means of granting entry, while maintaining a high level of building and property security. By preventing just one serious loss incident per year, an access control system more than pays for itself.
In addition to asset protection, it provides assurance that employees will be protected. The system allows entry to only authorized individuals and keeps unwelcome intruders out, by restricting individual movement and controlling who is allowed entry to specific areas at specific times. The access control system not only restricts who can go where at certain times of the day and night, it also provides an audit trail of the times that individuals are accessing facilities. Business managers can easily find out who was in a specific area at the exact time that an incident occurred.
An access control system also eliminates problems associated with mechanical key and lock systems, such as the time and cost of replacing keys when an employee’s contract is terminated, the cost of duplicate keys, lost keys, tracking who has the keys, and worrying about easy-to-duplicate keys landing up in the wrong hands.
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