Getting started with the CCTV installation

We don’t mind conducting this through a phone call 0714668650, however… if you’d like to proceed in a written manner then by all means, feel free doing just that below (takes 5 minutes of your time)

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A site survey’s two fundamental building pieces are the physical placement of equipment and the needs of the customer. Reviewing existing security procedures and rules with the customer can assist us in identifying areas for improvement. A threat analysis is required to determine the necessity for surveillance, but it will also assist us in determining what the customer is attempting to prevent or guard against.

The overall storage requirements, places to monitor and why, and the appropriate degrees of protection are all critical aspects of the site study. The current infrastructure, such as existing equipment, available lighting, wiring, and camera mounting circumstances, is also significant.

A threat analysis takes into account ports of entry and exit from a structure or location, as well as areas where accidents, crimes, or other issues are likely to occur. A threat analysis assists you in identifying the most essential areas of interest, some of which are frequently neglected by customers (in this case, you).

Typical areas to monitor include the following:

  • Entrances
  • Cashier areas
  • Reception areas
  • Perimeter areas/fences/windows
  • Storage areas
  • Hazardous areas
  • Stairwells
  • Parking lots
  • Warehouse
  • Emergency exits
  • ATM machines
  • Loading docks / delivery entrances
  • Dumpsters
  • IT room
  • Playgrounds / Gymnasiums
  • Elevators
  • Workshop
  • Alleys
  • Driving and walking gates
  • Waiting areas / lines
  • Hallways
  • Beaten paths
  • Security room
  • Conference rooms
  • Kitchens
  • Aisles
  • Intersections
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