As Christmas approaches, lots of businesses shut down and the staff enjoy a long Christmas break. One of the things that this can put your business at risk of whilst it is closed for a long period of time is burglary, so before you shut up shop for the Christmas period, here are some of the things you should do to keep your business premises safe whilst nobody is there….
Make sure it is locked and secure – Before you all go home for the holidays, make sure that the building is all locked up and secured. It only takes one window not to be locked properly to give burglars an access point.
Use CCTV – Security cameras are not only a good way to keep an eye on the property, but they also help to put burglars off attempting to break in. Go to a professional like this CCTV installation Gloucester based company apmfireandsecurity.com/cctv-installation/cctv-installation-gloucester/ who will be able to assess your needs and make sure that you have suitable CCTV.
Check your insurance – Before you go off on holiday, it is important that you check your insurance policy is up to date and what the conditions are for the cover. Being burgled becomes a nightmare if you find out that your insurance doesn’t cover it, so do make sure that you check this.
Consider Security Fencing – If you have a large premises, consider using security fencing to help protect the perimeter. Especially if you have lots of expensive machinery and vehicles stored there.