A mobile patrol service is an excellent alternative to an on-site security guard. Mobile patrol guards follow both random and scheduled routes in patrol vehicles, by bicycle, or on foot to watch for suspicious activity. Because they are not fixed to in a single location, mobile security guards have the benefit of surprising potential threats and preventing them from inflicting any harm.
Are you thinking about hiring a security company for your residential or business property? Being responsible for choosing the company that will be ensuring the safety and security of your biggest assets can feel daunting. The quality of the company you choose can impact whether losses are prevented and whether a safe environment is created.
With everything that is involved in running a business day to day, safety and security are sometimes left as the lowest priority. Not addressing these concerns can make your business vulnerable to security issues. To ensure your business, your equipment, and your employees are safe, consider hiring a security guard to improve your security presence. Having a guard on-site can benefit your business in several ways.
According to the National Retail Security Survey on retail theft, losses in inventory cost retailers more than $49 billion in 2016. The primary source of these losses was due to shoplifting, which accounted for 38% of retailers’ shrinkage in 2014, followed by employee theft which resulted in 34.5% of shrinkage that same year. It is important to recognize where your store might have weaknesses and address them to help avoid losses to your profit, inventory, and information. These are 5 loss prevention mistakes retailers make.
When you think about mobile patrols or mobile patrol guards, you might think of Kevin James from Paul Blart: Mall Cop or Ben Stiller from Night at the Museum. While these were memorable characters, a mobile patrol unit is responsible for much more than driving and walking around a site. Did you know that a mobile patrol guard can also have any of the following responsibilities?
Events are meant to be fun. It’s hard to think that if something were to go wrong, such as a guest getting injured or property getting damaged, that there would be serious legal, financial and reputational implications.
Due to the potential severity of these repercussions, it is important to factor in event security as a part of your event planning process. We have provided tips and best practices for creating and executing tight event security.
Every workplace needs to ensure it meets the proper health and safety regulations. Having organizational safety and security processes can help manage and prevent injury, theft, and damage in the workplace. As a small business employer, you have a responsibility to your employees to maintain workplace safety. Here are 5 ways you can ensure safety and security in the workplace.
Impact Security Group is again honored to sponsor the Disaster Management Conference at Canad Inns Polo Park. This year speakers such as Ray Nagin, past Mayor of New Orleans who in August 2005, ordered New Orleans’ first ever mandatory evacuation in its almost 300 year history. During the immediate storm aftermath, he never left his post and demanded action for his stranded citizens. Mr. Nagin also successfully lobbied for billions of federal recovery dollars for a state of the art hurricane protection system, unprecedented housing repairs and other critical infrastructure enhancements.
Impact Security Group was chosen as one of the premiere security providers for the 2013 Grey Cup Celebration in the Rider Nation. View our gallery of pictures to see how our event teams can make your next event a safe and secure place for all patrons. [Read more…]
Impact Security Group chosen as the 2012 and 2013 Consumers Choice Award winner 2 years running for business excellence.
See our full page write up to see why Impact Security Group is your #1 Security Provider in Winnipeg.