April 2017

5 Common Mistakes new Security Companies make
Date: 11.04.2017
|
Posted by:

The business model of security is fairly simple – you sell hours of guarding labour, quantities of system licenses, or amounts of certain hardware. The Canadian landscape, however, is littered with corpses of security and systems companies that died either instant, or slow and painful, death. Here are 5 reasons that account for the failure of most security companies, in no particular order: Short on Cash – To make money, you need to spend money, and in security, you need to spend LOTS of money to get started, to advance forward, and to continue growing. Starters of failed security businesses often lack the necessary cash reserves to pay for immediate and long-term expenses (licenses, uniforms, lease, vehicles, and administrative support […]

#CraneGirl – 1 / Construction Security – “Standard Exceeding”
Date: 28.04.2017
|
Posted by:

  This is amazing! I have been working the internet for the past two days literally obsessed with #CraneGirl. Absolutely amazing – the powerful calmness amid such danger, the seemingly impossible feat of sliding down the greasy wires at that height, the mystery of the “why”, and of course, the rescue operation. There are those unhappy with the waste of tax-dollars (which none have enough info to calculate…and which CraneGirl also pays BTW); Others decry the waste of resources…(Oh my God! the firefighters rescuing her missed a hockey tournament that morning. Unacceptable!). But once they all get over that, they too admit it was good training for Police and Fire, and when they are finished ranting about wasted youth they […]