Emergency Preparedness: Creating a Comprehensive Security Plan for Your Business
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Emergency Preparedness: Creating a Comprehensive Security Plan for Your Business

While it’s impossible to completely prevent any and every emergency that could happen with your business, you can deter many of them by creating a comprehensive security plan. By preparing ahead of time, you can present many problems and ensure you’re much more ready to face the issues that do arise.

As Minnesota’s trusted security professionals, the experts at Unparalleled Security want to help you protect your business, including your employees, customers, and assets. In this guide, you’ll learn the basics of creating a security plan for your company.

Risk Assessment 101

The first step in creating a comprehensive security plan is determining the risks you’ll need to prepare for, so you begin by assessing risks. The most common potential risks, and their level of severity, will vary depending on the type of business you have and where it’s located.

Still, all companies can do the following two things: identify vulnerabilities and mitigate security risks.

Identifying Vulnerabilities

When assessing risks, you want to make a list of potential vulnerabilities. There are some general issues that all businesses should prepare for, such as:

You also should consider any specific scenarios that are more likely for your business. For example, an office building has fewer vulnerabilities than a factory that makes hazardous materials.

Mitigating Security Risks

Once you determine the vulnerabilities your company could face and their likelihood, you should start planning how to mitigate them. When it comes to weather and other natural disasters, be sure your company follows regulations.

Then, for issues such as vandalism, theft, and hostile terminations, you should consider ways to respond to these situations. One good idea is to host training seminars and ensure that all employees know the protocols for emergency situations.

Set Up Security Personnel

Next, your security plan should include setting up the proper security personnel to address potential problems. While some larger corporations deal with some of these matters internally, most companies outsource their security needs to a trusted security company.

When determining the kinds of security you’ll need, you’ll want to consider a few things, such as:

  • Do you need armed or unarmed security guards?

  • Should you have security guards patrolling parking lots or garages?

  • Will you need to have a security guard on site at all times?

At Unparalleled Security, we offer a full range of commercial business security, including armed guards, parking lot patrols, and much more. We will also assist you in assessing the risks and coming up with a security plan.

Contact UsToday to Ensure Your Business is Protected

Have more questions about how to protect your business from security threats? Unparalleled Security is here to help. We ensure all of our security personnel are trained and qualified. So, call today at  651-300-1515 for assistance with your comprehensive security plan.

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