End of day checks: Ensure your retail premises are secure

Posted on: 27 January 2014

Unless your retail premises are in use 24 hours per day, seven days per week, you or your staff will be faced with the task of locking up the buildings and site at the end of the working day.

To many people this is a chore that is carried out as quickly as possible. What they often fail to realise is that something overlooked or forgotten can lead to a fire, burglary, water damage or other damaging incident that could have serious and potentially lasting implications for your retail premises.

Our latest infographic gives you some useful facts and handy tips to help minimise the risk of damage to your shop premises outside business hours, time and care need to be exercised to ensure that all necessary safety and security precautions have been taken before the business is left unattended at the end of the working day.


Feel free to use this infographic by using the embed code below:

<p style="border:1px solid #ccc; padding:10px;font-family:monospace;"><a href="http://www.premierline.co.uk/knowledgecentre/protecting-your-business/2014/1/end-of-day-checks"><img src="http://www.premierline.co.uk/media/344094/end of day.pngalt="End of Day Checks" title="End of day checks" width="500"/></a><p>Infographic by <a href="http://www.premierline.co.uk/">Premierline</a></p></p>

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