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Manufacturing Facility Security

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Securing Your New Business Location

Opening your first location or expanding your business is a huge step. Our sister company Rentacomputer.com recently talked about opening events for new locations, but once the excitement of the expansion wears off it’s time to start thinking about the physical security of your business. When it comes to safeguarding your new location, nothing beats …

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Seasonal Shutdowns and Security Cameras

Ensure worker safety without disrupting production Many manufacturing plants plan seasonal shutdowns each year for a variety of reasons, including conducting preventative maintenance and installing new equipment. With careful planning and execution, seasonal shutdowns can be a prime time for completing significant projects such as security camera installation. By placing camera installation during shutdown periods, …

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Secure Your DVR or NVR!

Your DVR or NVR box is the heart of your security system – receiving data, converting that data to a file, and storing your surveillance video for safety, loss-prevention, and compliance purposes. As the lifeblood of your security apparatus, securing your DVR or NVR is a must. We previously provided advice on the top spots …

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Tim Wood Caught on Camera

Every industry is prone to having certain wastes which can become incredibly problematic if left unchecked, and the manufacturing industry is no exception. In fact, manufacturers are so used to combating wastes that they have created two mnemonics to help them define and identify the seven most common wastes found in the manufacturing process: Tim …

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Security Cameras for Process Improvement

All manufacturing facilities have sensitive areas where access is restricted, and certain procedures must be followed. Areas surrounding high voltage or automated equipment, high-value inventory storage areas, 5S red tag areas, and areas housing sensitive data or infrastructure, such as server rooms, all need to be monitored with manufacturing security cameras or cameras for process …

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Winter Shutdowns and Monthly Security Checkups

Winter is coming, which for some manufacturers means that a winter or year-end shutdown is just around the corner. If you have extra money in the budget at the end of the year, or if you’ve been on the fence about getting additional security cameras for your manufacturing facility, an end year shutdown is a …

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