5 Reasons to Beef up Your Scrap Yard Security Monitoring

5 Reasons to Beef up Your Scrap Yard Security Monitoring Running a junk yard is a risky business, with over 40,000 insurance claims related to scrap yards. These range from people being injured at junkyards to people selling stolen contraband. With all of the possible liabilities of...

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Key Event Security Trends for 2018

Events present a number of unique challenges for security. Unpredictable circumstances occur at an alarming rate and adequate event security is more important than ever before. It’s crucial that security professionals adhere to security protocols. It’s also important that security teams keep up with...

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3 Ways to Protect Appliances from Home Construction Site Theft

If your new house is under construction or going through a remodel, your home construction site is at risk for theft. Construction site theft often involves appliances. This can result in higher insurance, appliance and labor costs—not to mention the uneasiness you will feel...

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Car Dealer Nighttime Security

Car dealers run a lot of risk. With so many brand new vehicles in one area, car dealerships are a prime location for thieves. Vehicle theft can result in the loss of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Many dealerships rely on security guards to...

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Why Corporate Event Security Matters

Why Corporate Event Security Matters Safety might not be the first thing that comes to mind when planning a corporate event.   However, safety may be the most important element to it’s success. Even though you probably have many ideas about how to create the perfect...

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Tips for Hiring Event Security

Planning an event can be stressful. There are so many things that need to be considered. Security is often forgotten, yet extremely important for events of all shapes and sizes. The right security team can help keep your event safe and secure. Even small...

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The Real Cost of Construction Site Theft

The Real Cost of Construction Site Theft As a construction manager, your top two priorities on any job are the safety of your people and the safety of your site. Whether you’re a seasoned vet or a rookie in the field of construction management, two...

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Event Security Guard – Choosing the Right Type | SMART Security Pros

How to Choose the Right Type of Security Guard For Your Event As an event manager at your company, you’ve likely created a checklist of all of the things your events need. A schedule? Check. Food? Check. Although every event is special in its own...

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Construction Site Security is Essential

Every year, theft costs construction companies millions of dollars. Thieves may target construction equipment, tools or building materials. These items are often resold. Vandalism is another concern for construction site managers. Construction sites are typically wide open with little to no security. With the high...

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4 Ways to Protect Your Construction Site from Fires

4 Ways to Protect Your Construction Site from Fires Construction workers, and those required to visit construction sites, are familiar with the many ways project managers strive to keep everyone safe on site. Precautions like protective gear, emergency exit routes and communication procedures are common...

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Event Security 101

Event Security 101 Many of us spend days or weeks looking forward to special events like music festivals, county fairs, or outdoor concerts. It is easy to forget the amount of detailed planning that goes into making an event both memorable and safe. Large events,...

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How to Keep Kids Safe on Construction Sites

How to Keep Kids Safe on Construction Sites Whether you’re passing a construction site in a car, on a bike or on a walk to work, it’s hard to miss the hustle and bustle of the workers, machines and activity of a the site. As...

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What to Look for in Construction Site Cameras

A good construction manager is always trying to improve on one thing, project after project: job site security. Construction site cameras can be a key to achieving this goal. Construction theft and vandalism is one of the biggest problems facing the construction industry today....

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Using a Mobile Security Surveillance Trailer for Event Security

There are a number of events that would benefit from a mobile security surveillance trailer. Whenever large groups of people congregate, event security becomes a concern. The larger the crowd, the harder it is to monitor everything and everyone. In the instances of event security,...

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4 Benefits of a Mobile Security Surveillance Trailer

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5 Uses for Mobile Security Surveillance Trailers

5 Uses for Mobile Security Surveillance Trailers Mobile security surveillance trailers can be a cost-effective solution for short-term or long-term site security. Featuring cameras mounted on 30-foot poles, license plate capture, thermal imaging, live monitoring, and 24/7 recording, these units can be rented for as...

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Workplace Violence: How to Reduce Your Risk

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How Video Analytics In Retail Can Boost Your Bottom Line

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How To Protect Your Construction Site from Theft and Vandalism

Construction Security Construction sites are typically open areas in remote locations. This makes them particularly vulnerable to both theft and vandalism. With nothing to stop them, construction vehicles and equipment are easy targets for thieves. Unfortunately, the loss of valuable equipment can significantly increase costs...

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