If you’re weighing up the pros and cons of CCTV for business; read on. Investing in security for your business isn’t cheap… so is it worth it?

Health and safety

Keeping staff, customers and visitors safe is a priority for business owners. CCTV can help to provide this, with surveillance both outside and within the building. The cause of accidents and incidents captured on CCTV can be better understood as they can be reviewed. They can provide important evidence for businesses in health and safety matters.

CCTV for business: Security and management

CCTV is an excellent deterrent to criminals and protects buildings simply by being there. Interactive CCTV with monitoring or 2 way audio can also proactively disperse any unwelcome visitors from the site.

Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) Cameras are really useful for both security and parking management in businesses. This type of camera can even link to automatic barriers in a business car park.

Go for Quality: Consider the installation and ongoing support

Of course for CCTV to be a useful tool it needs to provide good quality images and reliable recording or monitoring. As such, business owners should a reliable industry approved CCTV installer. It’s also useful for businesses to have follow up technical support for their CCTV systems. Businesses might need help training colleagues following changes in staffing, linking cameras with other new equipment on site or accessing footage. This can often be resolved with technical support over the phone from an experienced CCTV technician. We offer this service to all our customers as part of Keybury cover.