Your payroll information is a prime target for cyber theft. It’s full of crucial data like bank account numbers and social security identification. Even if your business is still small, you’ll need to proactively establish a system that is both … Read the rest
Yes, you lock your doors. You don’t leave expensive items in plain view of the windows. You ask the neighbor to take in the mail while you’re out of town…
But you may still be inviting trouble without realizing it. … Read the rest
At 2:00 a.m. on August 25th, 2014, a light fixture caught fire in one of the bathrooms at a nursing home in St. Paul, MN.
If it had happened only one and a half years earlier, the results could have … Read the rest
To get a head start on loss prevention, make sure you’re not committing one of the three cardinal sins of construction site security.
1. Leaving the site unattended during the first hour after work, and on weekends. Statistically, this is … Read the rest
The Santa Anas are coming! All over the USA fall comes in with a big uptick in wind currents, and that can mean dangerous work conditions for construction workers everywhere. We want you to stay safe out there, so take … Read the rest
It’s that time of year again. Sweaters are on the sales racks, school is back in session, and it’s time for fall fire sprinkler maintenance. Even if you live in Southern California, it’s important to winterize your system.
In fact, … Read the rest
Consumer Reports tested just about every deadbolt on the market, and the news was not good. Almost every lock they tested, even the more expensive varieties, could be rendered totally useless with a few good kicks or one simple tool: … Read the rest
It can be tricky to manage all the keys to your facilities, even if you only rent one office unit. Keys get lost, wrongfully duplicated, and even kept by disgruntled former employees. Often that means re-keying the entire building. Again. … Read the rest
You can’t go it alone, if you hope to protect all of your tools, machinery, and materials at the build site. When there are whole teams of subcontractors, day laborers, vendors, delivery trucks, clients, and pedestrians all around the area … Read the rest
We all know fire sprinklers save lives– up to 99 percent, compared to only 50 percent with just a smoke detector. But exactly whose lives are being saved?
A report by the National Fire Sprinkler Association reveals exactly who gets … Read the rest