business safety

How thermal fogging by Paul Davis neutralizes smoke odours

After even the most thorough post-fire cleaning, there can still be lingering smoke odours unless a technique called thermal fogging is used.   Thermal fogging is a process where a deodorizer is heated and sprayed in a fog form. Because it’s in a fog form, the mixture is able to permeate even[...]

As cyber thieves get smarter, so should we

Cyber thieves are constantly working to figure out new ways to infiltrate your network and steal your data. No one is too small or too large to be a target, so it is paramount that business owners and their staff be vigilant in their measures to prevent cyber crimes from occurring.   The stats[...]

Understand the ways to prevent employee theft and fraud

When it comes to theft, most business owners immediately think of their business being broken into and robbed, but the sad truth is employees are one of the biggest culprits of theft and fraud within a business. Just like you protect your business with locks, security cameras and lighting, you need[...]

How Perimeter Lighting Lowers Workplace Crime

Light has the ability to empower your workers to do their jobs efficiently and well, and makes sure that their efforts are seen and appreciated. But lighting has a very different impact on criminals in deterring workplace crime.   Regardless of what type of business you have, thieves,[...]

Controlling Electrical Cord Overload in the Workplace

Most people think of extension cords as basic workplace equipment that is not too complicated. Need to place a lamp or recharge your phone in a location that isn’t served by a nearby wall outlet? Grab any extension cord, plug it into the nearest wall socket and presto: you now have electricity[...]