Warehouses can be large and sprawling buildings, often in remote or isolated locations, making them particularly vulnerable to crime.
Securing your warehouse can seem like a daunting task, but when it’s bursting with valuable stock, can you afford not to?
The level of security suitable for your warehouse will depend on a variety of factors including what it contains, the size and scope of your warehouse, its location, and your budget.
We’ve listed a few of the most effective methods for securing your warehouse stock, property and employees.
Installing CCTV in your warehouse has numerous benefits, not only is it an excellent criminal deterrent, it can help to reduce your insurance bill, and the footage can be used as evidence in the event of a crime.
We provide a range of CCTV solutions suitable for warehouses of all shapes and sizes, including static CCTV towers.
Motion detectors are an important part of any advanced security system. Basic motion detectors can set off security lights to deter people from straying into areas they shouldn’t, whilst more advanced motion detectors can send notifications to alert your team when motion is detected.
Secure the perimeter
Don’t make it easy for criminals to gain access to your warehouse, make sure that the perimeter is secured with durable walls or fencing to keep out intruders and keep your employees safe.
Access control systems
Restrict access to different areas of your warehouse with access control systems, only allowing employees access to the areas required to complete their job. This can help to provide an extra layer of protection to areas of your warehouse that could benefit from higher levels of security.
Whilst security technology and systems like CCTV, alarms, and lights are all highly effective, employing the help of a patrolling security guard can ensure that every area of your warehouse is being looked after.
Our highly experienced security guards will protect your warehouse with regular security patrols, acting as a visual deterrent and reporting on any unusual activity or security issues that need to be addressed.
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