Security, Life Saftey and Business Continuity Information

by Felix Giannini, FPE, CPP

 

From a business continuity perspective the reliability of the central station monitoring service for your security and life safety systems is extremely important.  After your alarm system is installed – assuming it is installed expertly with quality parts, it should b...

 

The key to having an economical, long lasting, easy to service security or fire alarm system tailored to your needs is planning. It sounds simple, but it’s not. Serious planning takes time, and a proper team. In fact it goes way beyond the technology of your system.

 

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I love to help people. I have been doing it since the leaders of my Boy Scout troop taught me to live by three tenants; the scout oath, motto, and adage: “leave each place you visit better than you found it”. We would not leave a camp site before we “policed” it for t...

At the heart of risk aversion and management are people – not technology. Make no mistake, technology creates great advantage, but it can never replace what people bring to the equation. When we consider engineering security and life safety systems for an organization...

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