Businesses need to be concerned about security on a number of different fronts. For example, theft, corporate espionage, and sabotage need to be considered. Also, employee safety becomes a larger concern as the number of mass shootings in the US continue to rise. Plus, environmental hazards seem to pose more of a threat than ever before. Here are some ways that remote monitoring defends a business against every type of loss.
Burglars and Other Unwanted Visitors
Whether it is the parking lot, the building, or both, access needs to be restricted when it comes to modern businesses. However, surveillance adds an additional element to mix by allowing a remote monitoring service to immediately view the cause of an alarm set off by something like a damaged parking gate or a security badge swipe with improper clearance. This can result in a faster response by emergency services to help stop a break-in while the crime is still in progress.
Whether it is in the parking lot or the building, employees need to feel safe in the workplace. Restricting access and proper lighting are important steps. Video surveillance that is monitored and silent alarms that can alert a customer service representative to assess a situation go a long way to ensuring police arrive on the scene quickly if someone intends to do harm.
Whether products that need to be maintained at a specific temperature are in danger due to an HVAC problem or an office building is flooding due to a burst pipe, fast response is important to protect assets. A fire sensor can also be quickly evaluated to send responders fast or avoid a false alarm.
NMC is proud to offer businesses the remote monitoring services they need most. Give your commercial clients greater peace of mind by teaming up with NMC today. Call 877-353-3031 to get started.