As Independence Day approaches and we all set out to enjoy some well-deserved time off - just remember that criminals don't take vacations. In fact, holidays like July 4th offer up opportunities for thieves and criminals to steal valuable property in large quantities from buildings and properties that do not have security systems. With a little due diligence and preparation, you can take the proper precautions to lock up and secure your perimeter and protect your building from theft.
The past few months have been wildly unpredictable. No one could have known that businesses would be ordered to temporarily close. While the closures were for everyone’s safety, this abrupt occurrence has been difficult for businesses to handle.
As the country begins to open after the COVID-19 health crisis, businesses will face the task of reopening after a hasty closure. We’ve compiled a list of tips for reopening businesses in a safe and smart manner to protect your staff and property.
This year, Memorial Day may look a little different, but one thing will remain the same: businesses will be more susceptible to cargo and commercial theft (up to 52 percent more, to be exact). It’s more important than ever to protect your business, because SensiGuard estimates the average value of each cargo theft at a whopping $155,709. I don’t know about you, but I can think of a few things I’d rather do with that money.
In the last several months we have all become united under the same feeling: fear. It’s powerful. This invisible thing lingering around the whole world right now, turning handshakes into deadly weapons and creating a necessary grocery trip into dooms-day preparation.
As AMAROK’s resident Bostonian, I often like to quote someone we can all learn from – New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. And one of my favorite ‘Bill-isms’ is “do your job.”