15 Dec 2017
Here at Excel Modular, helping businesses to improve their on-site security is one of our specialisms. Offering temporary site accommodation that’s intended to keep your goods and property safe, we know just how to deter would-be criminals from taking what is yours and causing damage.
That’s why we’ve written this article to share what we know. If you’re looking for ways to reduce the risks and stay safe, here’s what we suggest…
1. Install CCTV
One of the simplest and most effective ways to discourage criminals from breaking into your premises and taking what they wish is to show them that the risk of being caught far outweighs the potential reward, which is why installing CCTV is so helpful. The thought of being caught on camera will deter most potential perpetrators, making it well worth the cost of installation.
2. Erect Signs
It’s not enough to have CCTV – burglars also need to know that it’s there in order for it to be effective. This is why we suggest erecting signs to inform them of its presence. True or not, you might also wish to put up other warnings stating that there are guard dogs on-site or security staff present (whether or not this is true), as well as messages informing them that no goods or valuables are left behind at the end of your working day. If the reward is too small to justify the risk, this is an effective deterrent all by itself.
3. Use Anti-Vandal Cabins
As we’ve already mentioned, one of the best ways to put off potential perpetrators is by convincing them that the risk of breaking into your property outweighs the reward, so the harder you can make it enter your accommodation, the better. This is something that we can help you with. Offering specially created anti-vandal cabins, we can deliver heavy duty doors and window shutters to make forced entry near on impossible so that any equipment or tools you store inside of them will still be exactly where you left them morning.
To learn more about our products and how they could help you, contact us today.