Retail Store Safety

Bad Driving Habits and Return to Normal Are on a Collision Course

Vehicle crashes account for 4% of total payouts by retailers, at an average $14,941 payout per claim, and caused an average of 71 days of missed work per victim.

Gunfire Detection System Launched for US-Based Stores and Malls

ShotSpotter SiteSecure for Retail program is a gunfire detection solution that alerts retail security personnel within seconds of a shooting incident.
Prosegur Watchtower Flex

New Portable Video Surveillance Solution for Buildings and Parking Lots

Prosegur Security has launched a new rapid-deployment portable video surveillance solution dubbed Watchtower Flex.
COVID vaccine

ON-DEMAND: Answers from the Experts on the COVID-19 Vaccines

Experts with NIOSH provide the most current vaccine information available as well as address some of the more common questions and concerns.

Managing Disruptive Behaviors in Retail in Response to COVID-19

Addressing disruptive customer behavior and de-escalation training efforts have become a topic of great interest to retailers amidst growing concern over the challenges and opportunities for safety in retail stores, especially in light of our current circumstances. Here are some tips for your employees.

Sentencing in String of Retail Robberies; Solid Case-Building Pays Off

A 31-year-old man from Paramount, California, pled guilty to a string of violent armed robberies and was ordered to serve 7 years, 6 months.

Strain Injuries from Lifting Remain a Troubling Source of Loss for Retail

Lifting is the activity that results in the largest percentage of retail injuries, according to a study of claims data by AmTrust Financial.

Motorola’s Body Worn Camera for Retail Operations

WiFi-enabled cameras can record and document any interaction with a customer so that there is a clear record of the incident.

How Elections and Retailers Can Be Impacted When Civil Unrest Turns Violent

Civil unrest, such as riots and looting where destruction of property results, impacts retailers of all sizes. Some more than others.

Shoplifter Safety: Knowing When to ‘Let It Go’

Confronting a shoplifter always carries with it the potential for an unpredictable outcome, and while most shoplifting apprehensions result in the shoplifter cooperating, it’s critical that we remain alert and aware, prepared for the unexpected and knowing how to react. Most importantly, this also requires having the judgment and fortitude to let it go when the situation calls for it. It could end up being one of the most important decisions that you make.
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