Does increased safety have to mean less design freedom and convenience? Not necessarily. There are safe entrance solutions in the market that adapt themselves so naturally to shoppers and passers-by that they are only noticed thanks to their convenience.
Safe shopping and a safe work environment
When choosing door solutions for any kind of store, it is important to take into account the customers and staff members that will pass through them every day and ensure that they are safe. It should be possible to trust that the entrances will open and close at the right time and at a comfortable speed, whether the person passing through is young or old, healthy or ill.
Locks and doors that follow Resistance Class certifications, such as RC2 and RC3, are certified by a third party and are a wise investment to solve an issue that most store owners recognize: burglary.
However, don’t turn your store into a fortress when choosing your security systems. Customers should feel welcome and staff members should not feel like you’ve added a burden to their work schedule. Burglary protection measures should be simple procedures that can easily be carried out as parts of a regular workday. Find out what you can do to improve security.
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