Building safety should be a top focus. Conducting a regular review of current security systems is the most efficient and affordable way to protect your building from theft, personal injury, and property damage.

Do You Know Who’s in Your Building?


Effective security systems not only keep unauthorized visitors out, they protect property, data, and life.

Monitoring and access control are only part of a successful security plan. Access control and intrusion systems are among the most important security features available to protect your facility. These systems can include protections such as:

  • Intruder alarms
  • Motion detectors
  • Gate entry systems
  • Digital card readers
  • Closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras

Top minds in Security Assessment and Protection indicate these measures help secure the premises, and the right combination can be extremely useful for stopping unauthorized intruders from entering your property.

Deterring Criminal Activity and Violence

Effective security plans also prevent crime and protect workers from violence. Many facilities don’t include programs that protect against crime and violence. While secure door access systems are the first line of defense, they don’t always succeed against possible vandalism, arson, acts of violence or terrorism. Reduce the likelihood of these potential events by using system that includes:

  • Visible surveillance cameras
  • Protective lighting
  • Integrated fire systems
  • Emergency call systems
  • Commercial lockers or safes

Security professionals also recommend other preventive measures that include turnstiles for access control in large buildings and even cameras with built-in analytics.

Don’t Know Where to Start?

Contact Kenny Electric today.  Our team will get you started by providing an assessment as to your building’s security vulnerability.  Kenny also provides thorough and advanced security training for all our security systems. We teach customers how to use each function of the system properly and also offer more advanced training if required.

  • November 2, 2016

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