Posts Tagged ‘barriers’

Which High-Security Options are Right for Your Business?

Thursday, August 4th, 2022
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Some careful consideration and a chat with a professional can help you determine which high security options are right for your business.

If you’re concerned about the safety of your business, employees, visitors, and patrons then you might be considering having high-security options installed for the best possible protection. However, you usually don’t want to make your facility impenetrable or intimidating because this could scare off potential business. It can be helpful to get an idea of what security methods similar businesses use and where you feel your business needs protection.

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The 6 Best Practices for Perimeter Protection

Friday, January 3rd, 2020

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Video surveillance and motion sensors are tools you can use while implementing perimeter protection best practices.

The first line of defense for any facility is its perimeter, but any security system worth having will have layers of protection that only begins with that perimeter. With the many physical and electronic security devices available today, developing perimeter protection with a combination of tools can be a complex undertaking. However, while you design your facility’s perimeter security plan, it is helpful to remember the following six best practices that ensure an effective protection plan.  (more…)

Why Are Anti-Ram Barriers So Important?

Friday, October 7th, 2016

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Anti-ram barriers are one of the most important tools when it comes to protecting your building and employees or customers from any harm.

When planning traffic control for your private or public property, there are many high security options available to protect your property and building. Anti-ram barriers are one of the most important tools when it comes to protecting your building and employees or customers from any harm. Why exactly are anti-ram barriers so important?

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