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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How You’ll Know It’s Time to Secure Your Construction Site With a Remote Guard

Submitted by: Cozette Crimp

 

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Video Surveillance for Outdoor Security

Submitted by: Susanna Chu

Does your business store valuable assets outdoors? Construction sites, marinas and auto dealerships/repair shops know the challenges of protecting outdoor assets. Cranes, boats, vehicles, powerlines and electrical plants, lumber, farm machinery,...

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