January 11, 2016
Businesses in the residential and commercial alarm and security space face inherent hazards, as they are tasked with mitigating and/or eliminating the risk to both person and property from dangers ranging from burglary, fire, water loss, etc. These businesses have become adept at minimizing risk on behalf of others. Far too often, however, alarm companies fail to take basic steps to mitigate the risks that are associated with the very operation of their businesses, such as using properly drafted alarm contracts for every sale or service call the company makes.
What are some other common sense steps that alarm companies should take in order to survive and thrive?