Employee Theft and the Warehouse

Posted by womosecurity on October - 11 - 2012

Retailers have long understood that they have more to fear from dishonest employees than they do shoplifters. In 2002, retailers lost over $15 billion to employee theft and fraud. For your warehouse, the losses are almost entirely internal; there are no customers to shoplift, and external thieves often work with an employee to gain access […]

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Posted by womosecurity on October - 4 - 2012

  Security for parking lots seems to be getting a lot of press lately. If you look at the statistics, roughly 80% of the criminal acts at shopping centers, strip malls and business offices occur in the parking lot. Lawyers make a good living off liability cases based on a lack of sufficient security measures […]

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Keeping Shopping Malls Safe and Secured!

Posted by womosecurity on October - 1 - 2012

Malls seem like tightly-controlled and safe spaces for shopping, entertainment and dining. Yet they actually present great problems for those who are in charge of the safety and security of the retailers and customers. Shopping malls have lots of features that make them attractive to criminals. There are plenty of nice things in the stores, […]

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Security Guard in Office and Shop – The Advantages.

Posted by womosecurity on September - 29 - 2012

Today security guards are needed to supply glorious customers service whereas being vigilant concerning security risks and whereas effectively communicating info to their supervisors and also the purchasers. Many folks assume providing security is one dimensional and boring job, however in most case it’s multi-faceted and needs tremendous talent. A security guard might he be […]

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How Important are Communication Skills in Security Guard Jobs?

Posted by womosecurity on September - 28 - 2012

Being a security guard for any kind of day or night time job requires more than just walking around and making sure things or parameters are safe and clear. Communication skills are an important part of the job. As a security guard you have to learn how to communicate orders and follow protocol given and […]

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Exclusive: How to be a Night Club Security Guard!

Posted by womosecurity on September - 27 - 2012

To some, being a nightclub security guard may sound like an excuse to party, while for others, it may sound like the bottom of the barrel type of job. Either way, no matter the stigma put upon the job title, the position is a crucial key to the safety of any nightclub. Every single night […]

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Secret Tools for Security Guards!

Posted by womosecurity on September - 26 - 2012

Security guards have a tough job. They are in charge of the safety of people and property and those are big shoes to fill. Of course some of the best equipment security guards need is naturally attached. Some of that equipment includes sharp vision and a brain to think quickly with. For those of you […]

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Gurkha: The History of Natural Born Guards

Posted by womosecurity on September - 25 - 2012

   The Gurkha’s are military units in the British or the Indian army enlisted in Nepal. Although they meet many of the requirements of Article 47 of Protocol I to the Geneva Conventions defining mercenaries, they are exempt under clauses 47(a)(c)(d)(e)&(f). Gurkha units are closely associated with the khukuri, a forward-curving Nepalese  knife of formidable fighting power. Former Chief of staff of the Indian Army,Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, once famously […]

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Surveillance Camera: A Need or A Must?

Posted by womosecurity on September - 24 - 2012

Surveillance cameras are extremely important in today’s life and have completely revolutionized the way crimes are solved today. Detectives and the police do not have to rely on foggy recollections by witnesses as they can see for themselves what exactly took place by rewinding the tapes. In the next ten years, it will be very […]

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Hello world!

Posted by Admin on June - 29 - 2012

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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