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Safety Essentials for your Commercial Property

Running a business can be a complicated enough experience – without having to worry about various risks such as natural disasters and crime. If you want to protect one of the biggest investments that you’ll ever make against the various threats that could bring it crumbling down, then you need to have the right safety essentials in your building at all times.

  • Fire Extinguishers

Health and safety law dictates that commercial properties must carry fire extinguishers for a range of different purposes. Remember that fire extinguishers of different types can be used for different fires, so you will need to assess the various hazards in your business before you install extinguishers in various locations around the building.

  • Smoke Detectors

In unoccupied rooms such as your computer, server, or storage spaces, it’s crucial to install smoke detectors that could help to warn you of an emerging fire when no-one else is around. Remember that a fire could easily destroy your entire business – and leave you vulnerable to huge lawsuits if your workers are hurt. Smoke detectors should be fitted by a professional and tested regularly to ensure that they are working as they should be.

  • Burglar Alarms

Fire isn’t the only threat your commercial property faces. If you want to keep your business safe from theft, then it’s important to install burglar alarms, and place signs around the outside of your building that tells potential thieves you’re protected. Most of the time, these signs are enough to send cautious criminals packing before they even attempt to break in.

  • Locks on Windows and Doors

Once again, if your aim is to prevent thefts, then you should ensure that there are locks on all the doors and windows in your commercial building. Be sure to task one of your staff members with locking up at the end of each night and setting any burglar alarms you may have for maximum security. Remember to be cautious about who you award keys too – as you should never give keys to your business to new employees or unpredictable staff members.

  • CCTV

Finally, if you run a retail business or a business that generally has people coming and going frequently throughout the day, then you might need to consider installing CCTV. This will help to protect your company when you don’t have someone available to keep an eye on who is entering the property at all times of the day.

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