Make Your Plant Safer with Security Cameras

September 28, 2018

Protecting the health of your plant’s employees Keeping your employees safe is a top priority for your business. Safety month may be coming to an end, but, if you have cameras around your plant, every month can be safety month. Cameras give you the ability to see your entire plant at any given point in …

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Cameras Views: A Maintenance Reminder

September 24, 2018

As I pulled into the office today I could see what looked to be a pretty big wreck blocking a few lanes of traffic on eastbound OH122 near our office. Wrecks happen often on this road and we’re usually able to review our surveillance video to see what happened and help the police in determining …

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More Businesses Than Ever Before Are Taking Advantage of High Definition Surveillance Systems

August 3, 2018

These systems help business owners and managers when they’re out of town, when they’re onsite but far removed from the physical area that needs attention, and of equal importance, these surveillance systems help answer the question of “What the heck just happened?”. Obviously, to take advantage of the above benefits you need a security camera in the right place, with the right field …

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Make Every Day Safety Day

August 1, 2018

If your business is like most, you have one day a year where a group does a presentation about safety rules and procedures in the workplace. Depending on the industry, this can cover slips, trips, and falls, or being safe around heavy machinery, but by and large, this “Safety Day” can feel like an afterthought, …

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Government Employees Sleeping On The Job

July 31, 2018

The California State Auditor recently released their July 2018 report on Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees.  Contained in this report is one particularly frustrating example of misuse of state time- sleeping on the job. A worker spent at least 2,200 hours of work time sleeping at her desk at the Department …

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