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The best safety measure is have your employees well trained in the procedures in case of a fire, earthquake, hurricane or terrorist attack. Fire drills should be performed at least once every 3 months, you should have planned escape routes and peole in charge of notifying the fire department. It is also nice if you have a monitored fire alarm. You should also have drills of where to go and what to do in casr of an earthquake and terrorist attack.

To prevent burglary, you should have these steps in place. The inside and outside of the business should be well light at all time. Burglat bars should be placed around all windows with secure locks. All doors should have a dead bolt. It is highly encouraged to have a monitored burglar alarm on all doors and windows. Having a monitored gas detector is a plus. Keep inventory well documented and have security cameras at all angles. Keep small amounts of cash in the office and make bank deposits at different, random times.

There are many other ways to keep tragedy from happening. You can't always see and prevent them from happening. That's why you need business insurance. If you would like a quote for commercial auto, property, liability,worker's compensation please visit www.reliableins.net.

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