November 2015 Newsletter
from our families to yours! We are truly grateful in the trust you place
Please know that it
is of paramount importance to us to keep you and your loved ones safe and
secure this special time of year.
We hope you enjoy reading this newsletter. Remember, never hesitate to contact us about any
security or safety issues, residential or commercial.
Don't forget to
regularly check out our blog that can be found on our website or by
clicking the link to the right.
We tackle various
security topics that you may be thinking about. If you have any ideas for
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Top Security Tips For Your Retail Business
With the holiday
season right around the corner, many retail businesses are already making
preparations for the expected increase in crowds and profits. While this
includes stocking up on the latest products for the season, another area
you should not forget about is security.
your store safe should be paramount. With the security tips listed below,
any retail business will be ready for the holiday crowd!
Invest in a Safe
If a burglar were to
break into your retail store, you need to ensure they cannot access your
cash. It is a good idea to invest in a high-security safe and post
information on the door regarding the presence of this safety feature. Also, make it clear that
employees do not have access to the safe. This will help deter burglars
who may be looking for an easy target.
Install a Security
systems feature all the bells and whistles you could possibly need. From
high tech cameras and constant monitoring, these systems are designed to
monitor every second of activity. When crowds increase, it is virtually
impossible for your workers to be everywhere, which means you need to
invest in a security system that can monitor what is going on. This
should also be posted in the store, so customers are deterred from trying
to steal merchandise.
The burglar’s worst enemy is motion lights. Having these
installed on the exterior of your business, will help to deter anyone
from breaking in. They are also ideal for providing peace of mind for
employees who are working extended hours during the holiday season.
Don’t let the
holiday season result in theft and losses. With the tips here you can
minimize the potential for losses and be confident that your store will
be protected throughout this exciting time of year.
Tips To Stay Safe This Thanksgiving
is no question that the kitchen is the heart of the home, especially
loves to be involved in the preparation of a big meal and there is no
better time of year to spend with your family. However, when you are
ready to get cooking, there are certain safety tips that will ensure
everyone remains safe and sound.
- Remain in the
kitchen when using the stove.
- Keep children away
from the stove when it is hot.
- Check the turkey
- Be sure the floor
remains clear to prevent trips and falls.
- Keep all knives out
of reach of children.
- Be sure your smoke
alarms are working properly.
popular method for cooking turkey, is deep frying. There is no question that a deep
fried turkey is delicious! However, this new found trend in Thanksgiving
preparation is also quite dangerous if proper precautions are not taken.
are a number of reasons why turkey fryers are a serious safety concern,
some of which include:
- When the turkey is
initially placed in the fryer, the oil may spill on the burner,
which can cause a fire.
- Fryers may easily
tip and spill oil onto anyone nearby.
- There is no thermostat
controls on most turkey fryers, which means that the oil can easily
- The handles and lid
on turkey fryers become hot quickly, and can cause burns.
following these suggestions, you can ensure everyone remains safe and can
enjoy this special family time together.
New Home Safety Gadgets
To Provide Additional Peace Of Mind
For most people,
ensuring their family is safe and sound, is of
paramount importance. While monitored security systems offer superior
protection, there are a number of new, innovative devices that can help
secure a home and provide additional peace of mind. Some of the latest
and greatest devices to consider are found below.
The Motion Detecting
Are you ready to
take your doorbell up a notch? If so, this motion activated smart
doorbell is a must-have. Regardless of if you are at home or not, this
high-tech doorbell allows you to see who’s standing at your front
door. You can also speak with the person from the remote controlled
access on your smartphone or other smart device.
Ready to minimize
energy costs for your home? If so, use this wireless electricity monitor to quickly and easily keep up with which appliances
are using the most power. You can receive real-time stats with these
devices. Most come with free online monitoring services, ideal for both
residential and commercial locations.
Chances are you have
seen these devices in retail stores and other locations. Now you can
install them in your own home! They are able to be retrofit to virtually
any toilet and offer a streamline design. Once installed, the batteries
will last for up to 12 months. Having one installed will help to minimize
the spread of germs in your home.
As you can see, the
tech devices for home security and safety are getting more advanced all
the time. In addition to helping protect your loved ones, these devices
can also help you save money and prevent sickness.
ROCK & N' TRIVIA
Who wrote Patsy Cline’s hit “Crazy?”
A) Jimmy Dean
B) Eddy Arnold
C) Jim Reeves
D) Willie Nelson
Previous Month's Rock n' Trivia Question
“The Village People,” which of the following was not one of their
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