Creating a Safe Venue for yourself

May 15, 2017

Creating a safe venue that is secure while you’re not there is something that all venue owners think about. Of course. Your know when you’re not around to keep an eye on things they can go missing. But, what about when you are there? It’s important to think about the safety and security of your venue while you’re inside it! That’s why we’re giving you 3 tips to stay safe.

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We all like to relax wherever we feel comfortable. When you enter your venue, you feel secure and comfortable. But always be aware of simple security protocols that will create a safe venue for your staff and customers.

Keep Doors Locked

If a door doesn’t need to be left open, keep it closed. Opportunists will strike when your attention is elsewhere, and the first thing they will be looking for is easy access.

Keep Valuables out of Sight

Easy to spot means easy to target. You must keep all valuables out of sight and out of mind. Opportunists will often go for what they can see, because they can see it. By keeping valuables hidden away, your security increases even more.

Be Visible

Guard in a safe venueHaving presence and showing that the venue is secure helps all your customers feel more at ease and also acts as a deterrent to any unwanted attention. Keep yourself in view around the venue, or your staff. Always be seen to be vigilant and attentive. A well trained security operative always acts as a deterrent first.