Wood-Frame Construction Fire Risks and Security (2 of 2)

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

In our last blog, we talked about how fire has consumed major wood-frame construction projects across North America recently, resulting in hundreds of millions, if not billions, of dollars in damage. Firefighters recommend that developers and...

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Wood-Frame Construction Fire Risks and Security (1 of 2)

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Construction projects are going up in flames across North America. At dawn on May 15, 2016, fire swept through a condo development under construction in White Rock, B.C., displacing more than 100 nearby residents. On July 8, 2017, in Kelowna,...

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The Odd (Security) News File

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

For this year’s Summer RANT (Random Advice, News and Tips) blog, we’ve rounded up some recent security-related news stories. What can you learn from these true crime stories?

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Crane Climbing: Hot Trend, Security Headache

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Crane climbers are giving contractors a serious headache this summer.

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Non-Violent Crime Heats Up in Summer

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Non-violent crimes spike in the summer, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. At Radius Security, we’ve noticed more teenagers out making mischief since summer vacation began and a sharp uptick in suspicious activity in general since May. ...

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Teamwork Catches Crooks

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

A security system is only as effective as the people responding to it. You can purchase the most expensive state-of-the-art video surveillance technology, install banks of security cameras, hire guards around the clock--and still fail to arrest...

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Security Systems Improve Employee Safety

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Why install a security system? To catch criminals, of course. However, protecting employees is also a key reason for video monitoring and other security solutions.

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Are Security Providers Liable for Loss or Damage?

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

If a security provider is negligent, is it liable for all a client’s related losses or damages? The short answer: It depends. But generally, no. Why? Largely because of the limitation of liability clause, standard in most service contracts.

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Crane Climbers Pose Security Risk at Construction Sites

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Crane climbers are a serious problem for construction companies. And the problem is growing, thanks to "rooftopping.". This latest social media trend is driving thrill-seekers to climb cranes, dangle from scaffolding, and creep along skyscraper...

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What to Look for in a Video Surveillance System for your Construction Site

Submitted by: Cozette Crimp

 

If you’re tired of spending money on security guards who aren’t consistently preventing crime from happening on your construction site, you may be ready to consider a more effective alternative. There are options in today’s market that can...

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