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Keeping smaller sites and premises safe with compact security measures

Keeping smaller sites and premises safe with compact security measures

10th April 2018

Smaller sites and premises can often be harder to protect than larger ones. After all, perimeter fencing and powerful security measures can be set up in and around larger sites and premises because they’re more spacious. But how can you defend your site if you don’t have enough space to establish a full perimeter or install heavy-duty security measures? Here at Zaun, we pride ourselves on being able to protect any type of site, regardless of its size. That’s why we’ve come up with some advice for anyone with a more compact site or premises. We hope these tips help you to defend your business while it grows and evolves.

1. Don’t give up on security fencing

Just because you don’t have enough space to create a full perimeter using security fencing, that doesn’t mean you can’t use it at all. Security fencing can be used to block access to potential entry-points that intruders and other criminals might try to exploit. By placing security fencing across unwanted access-points, you can control the route by which individuals have to enter and leave your site, thereby reducing the risk of criminals entering your site from unexpected directions.

2. Utilise your site’s small size for superior surveillance

Monitoring a smaller site obviously requires fewer CCTV cameras than monitoring a larger site. You can use this to your advantage. You may not have the room to set up towers or poles with CCTV cameras mounted on them, but by positioning smaller, less space-consuming cameras with care, you can completely eliminate blind-spots. Remember, the first step towards stopping an intruder is spotting them.

3. Employ a security professional

If your site or premises is small, it might because you run an SME or start-up. If this is the case, you probably think you can’t afford to employ security personnel, but this isn’t the case. A small site can easily be monitored and patrolled by a single security professional, so you don’t need to invest in a full security team. Hire someone to watch your site when you and your employers aren’t there. By employing just one person, you can drastically reduce the risk of break-ins and other intrusion attempts.

We’re happy to provide you with security fencing, CCTV and other security apparatus (though you’ll have to source your own security personnel). If you’d like to know more about defending a small site, get in touch with us today.