Continued from part 1.
- Hazards: Some natural risks associated with highly secured premises are accidental gun discharges, dog bites, traps, undue harassment, etc. Indeed, unusual happenings like these are always traumatic to see or live with for members of staff.
- Continuous Workflow: Particularly for when work closes and resumes. The presence of security requirements which ensures that staff ends each day of work with guidelines, and the presence of guards and gadgets for all night security ensures continuous workflow. Staff can easily pick up from where they left the day.
- One For All: Computer and human security flaws are unavoidable and for most organizations, it is a “one part affects the whole” structure. Present-day security programs are mostly built that one trigger can set everything in the affected premise off. When rare issues like these occur, it is a lot to deal with. Staff and clients are stranded, work progress is delayed, and piled up work is left for workers to deal with.
- Aid To Work Process: As much as the job of a company’s security guard is to basically safeguard everything in the building, a security guard also doubles as a customer service representative off the book. Definitely, they are the first point of Customer’s interaction before the receptionists. With guards and security instructions strategically displayed in the company, customers can easily find their ways to sort their businesses. By this, little work processes like direction, basic explanations and organization will be facilitated.
- More Work: It is one thing to acquire, install and establish security systems and measures, it is another thing to keep them running. To keep them running, a lot go into planning and updating. The other downside of this is that it is not the only security department that is affected, it includes every department, mainly because of the constant routine changes that staff have to learn and adjust to in a short time.
For a fact, most of the negative influences are primarily unavoidable for organizations. Precautions are, however, available through investment in periodic staff training and health exercise.