Construction

Why You Need to Worry about Loitering

Posted by Chris O' Rourke on August 19, 2019

Many municipalities have laws against camping on public property. As a result, it drives people to private commercial properties. A vagrant loitering on commercial properties is bad for business. Unwelcome people who hang around your commercial property — whether it's a shopping…

This Is What You Need to Do to Reduce Liability

Posted by Chris O' Rourke on August 12, 2019

Businesses may not worry about liability because they think insurance will take care of it. However, general liability insurance doesn't always cover it. Liability can greatly affect companies in many ways. Even if the insurance company approves of a claim, it can take a while.…

What You Need to Know About Trespassing

Posted by Rick Charney on August 9, 2019

Trespassing is unlawful and expensive for businesses. Property owners and managers constantly need to find ways to grow revenue, keep tenants happy, and uphold the brand's reputation. How you manage trespassing can greatly affect the bottom-line. The good news is that you can do…

Are Security Guards or Live Video Monitoring Better?

Posted by Chris O' Rourke on August 7, 2019

Would it surprise you that security guards outnumber sworn, trained law enforcement officers? National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund says more than 900,000 people work as a law enforcement officer in the U.S. There are more than one million security guards employed in the U.S.…

Infographic: Security Guards May Not Be Your Most Effective Security Solution.

Posted by Blake Mitchell on August 7, 2019

The statistics are staggering. There are more than one million security guards in the U.S. Many have criminal records, and most receive inadequate training. Yet multifamily residential communities, office buildings, shopping centers and other commercial properties continue to…

Construction Security: Trespasser Caught by Stealth and Arrested

Posted by Hugh Wong on July 22, 2019

Construction sites are popular targets for people looking to steal equipment, vandalize property, or just hang out. Loss, damage and liability can all wreak havoc with your timeline and budget.

One Solution Can Help Solve Your Construction Site Security Issues

Posted by Kirk Biddle on July 19, 2019

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Top 3 Things You Need for the Best Construction Site Safety

Posted by Kirk Biddle on July 17, 2019

Construction accidents are more expensive than you think. That's because of hidden costs such as training a replacement worker, investigating the incident, repairing damages, and continuing insurance coverage. This article looks at the cost of injuries and three things you can…