Fire Prevention Week!

Responder Security, Inc. has created this post especially for you. Use these tips to help protect yourself, your loved ones, and your valuables.

A Smoke Detector is an inexpensive safety device you should have in your home or place of business. Please follow the below safety tips regarding their care and use:

  • Change the batteries at least twice a year
  • Vacuum the sensor at least once every two weeks
  • Test your Smoke Detector at least once a month
  • Replace your Smoke Detector as recommended by the manufacturer

To learn more about Fire Prevention Week, click here to be taken to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) website.

No guarantee or assurance is made that these Safety & Security Tips will prevent a particular loss or harm in any specific circumstance, and Responder Security, Inc. disclaims any and all liability of any kind whatsoever, based in whole or in part, on the posting of these Safety & Security Tips or on their use by any party.
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Prevent Theft & Vandalism

Responder Security, Inc. has created this post especially for you. Use these tips to help protect yourself, your loved ones, and your valuables.

Prevent theft and vandalism on your property with highly visible and proactive security guard services from Responder Security, Inc. Call our office today at 888.271.4996 Ext. 101 or click here to see how our security guard services can benefit your organization!

No guarantee or assurance is made that these Safety & Security Tips will prevent a particular loss or harm in any specific circumstance, and Responder Security, Inc. disclaims any and all liability of any kind whatsoever, based in whole or in part, on the posting of these Safety & Security Tips or on their use by any party.

Happy Labor Day!

Responder Security, Inc. wishes you and your family a Happy and Safe Labor Day Weekend!

“It is only through labor and painful effort, by grim energy and resolute courage, that we move on to better things.”

President Theodore Roosevelt
1858 – 1919

Shopping Center Safety

Responder Security, Inc. has created this e-mail especially for you. Use these tips to help protect yourself, your loved ones, and your valuables.

Shopping centers come in all sizes from large malls to the small strip-center with only a few stores. What they have in common is a parking lot. Use the following tips to reduce your risk.

  • Be aware and alert of your surroundings
  • Plan when to go and where to park
  • Do not get out of the car if it doesn’t appear safe to do so
  • Scan the area around your car as you approach it
  • Teach your family to enter and exit the car quickly
  • Trust your instincts if you see someone suspicious
  • Return to the store if anyone looks or acts suspicious
  • Ask the shopping center security for an escort
No guarantee or assurance is made that these Safety & Security Tips will prevent a particular loss or harm in any specific circumstance, and Responder Security, Inc. disclaims any and all liability of any kind whatsoever, based in whole or in part, on the posting of these Safety & Security Tips or on their use by any party.

Back To School Safety For Drivers!

Responder Security, Inc. has created this post especially for you. Use these tips to help protect yourself, your loved ones, and your valuables.

With the new school year upon us once again, it is important for drivers to be extra alert and cautious.

Below is a brief list of safe driving tips to follow:

  • Don’t load or unload children across the street from the school
  • Carpool to reduce the number of vehicles at the school
  • Don’t double park; it blocks visibility for other children and vehicles
  • Never pass a vehicle stopped for pedestrians
  • The area 10 feet around a school bus is the most dangerous for children
  • Always stop for a school crossing guard holding up a stop sign

Click here to visit the National Safety Council website for more information.

No guarantee or assurance is made that these Safety & Security Tips will prevent a particular loss or harm in any specific circumstance, and Responder Security, Inc. disclaims any and all liability of any kind whatsoever, based in whole or in part, on the posting of these Safety & Security Tips or on their use by any party.

If You See Something, Say Something

Responder Security, Inc. has created this post especially for you. Use these tips to help protect yourself, your loved ones, and your valuables.

Homeland Security begins with hometown safety. Security is a shared responsibility, and each citizen has a role in identifying and reporting suspicious activities. Your community is safer when you are engaged and alert.

What to Report:

  • Describe exactly what the suspicious activity is
  • Precise location
  • The number of people, ages, gender, and physical descriptions
  • Date, time, and duration of activity
  • Note vehicle color, make, license plate, etc.

Click here for more information from the Department of Homeland Security Website.

No guarantee or assurance is made that these Safety & Security Tips will prevent a particular loss or harm in any specific circumstance, and Responder Security, Inc. disclaims any and all liability of any kind whatsoever, based in whole or in part, on the posting of these Safety & Security Tips or on their use by any party.

Happy Independence Day!

Responder Security, Inc. wishes you and your family a Happy and Safe Independence Day!

“Freedom has its life in the hearts, the actions, the spirit of men and so it must be daily earned and refreshed-else like a flower cut from its life-giving roots, it will wither and die.”

President Dwight D. Eisenhower
1890 – 1969