How many times have your premises been broken into? This should not be difficult to recount. After all, it may only have happened once or twice. But perhaps this is where the danger lies. There may well be fixtures and fittings in place, designed to secure your premises and all the goods that it contained. But still, after how many years in operation, once or twice broken into is not a cause for alarm.
And all that is done is repairing the damage, should any have occurred. But there is always the next time, and this time it could be quite calamitous. Surely your insurer has been peppering you with periodic advice on this matter. So, why not do something about this right now while you still can. Have an assessor around to inspect your premises, paying particular attention to all those vulnerable areas that you may never have been entirely aware of.
Your locks and keys work well enough. But what if your insurance assessor was to tell you that valve lock systems was the way to go. You should not take his advice lightly. In fact, if your insurance company is a recognized and licensed nationwide service provider, the in-house assessor will be among the most qualified staff members. Apart from the risk management training and credentials, experience in this specialized field always counts for a lot.
And among the specialist skills and knowledge of the insurance assessor is that of knowing what apparatus serves a business best in terms of providing the appropriate fire protection and security from theft. And that includes all or most locking systems, and the companies that design, manufacture, distribute and install them. The insurance assessor should also be giving you a number of options to choose from.