Know Exactly What Is Going On Anywhere In Your Business At All Times
Dramatically reduce your liability in a sexual harassment situation
Save money by having your checkers monitored at all times.
Substantially reduce liability by catching accidents on video, providing you with the facts to protect yourself.
Reduce inventory shrinkage by catching shoplifters and untrustworthy employees in the act of theft and being able to prove it.
Reduce Workers' Compensation
Reduce Workers' Compensation claims by having high-definition video evidence of everything in your facility.
Increase Peace of Mind
Boost your peace of mind by knowing what is going on anywhere in your building right from your smart phone.
Protect yourself from frivolous lawsuits brought against your company.
Guarantee compliance with alcohol and food handler's regulations through video surveillance.
Massively improve profit and productivity in your production process and work flow through video analysis.
If an intruder sees a security camera, they move on to the next location. They do not want their illegal activity to be caught on tape. Make sure that you place a waterproof camera in plain sight outdoors so that an intruder is immediately aware that you are recording them.
At all doors, windows, garages, etc. you should have a security camera. This will give you a view of the intruder no matter how they enter your building. Make sure that you put a camera inside of entrances as well, like in the reception area and customer interaction points, so that you get many different shots of the intruder.
You should always put cameras near your office valuables, such as safes, cash boxes, supply rooms, electronics, etc. This includes warehouses and loading docks. Make sure that you place it in a location with the widest view so that you can see many points of interest at once.
To protect you and your employees, put floodlights and security cameras in places like parking lots, back alleys, dumpsters, secluded hallways, etc. You can dissuade vandalism, theft, and other criminal activities. In fact, many employees steal from their employers by throwing something away in the dumpster and then retrieving it later. Monitoring your dumpster will discourage such activity.
You are not allowed, by law, to put cameras in private areas, such as bathrooms, locker rooms, and in some states, even break rooms. Make sure that you are respecting your employees privacy by not putting cameras in locations where privacy is expected. While you are not required by law in most states to let employees know about your cameras, it is always a good idea, as hidden cameras can be interpreted as an invasion of privacy. Courts tend to rule on the side of the employee when it comes to this subject.
If you are looking for SERVICE and an outside consultant to help you with your video surveillance needs, Dixon Security Cameras is the right company for you! Call today and speak directly with Thal Dixon, the owner of Dixon Security Cameras.