Fast Food Video for the Ultimate Employee Protection

John Beagle

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Robberies are far less frequent when video cameras are in conspicuous places and proper signage is displayed on entry doors and walls. Once a potential robber or thief sees that your place is under surveillance, they don't try anything.

CCTV DVR Security Cameras Systems also called Digital Video Recording Systems are now widely found in fast food restaurants! They offer many features, are easy to install and could save you and your employees lives.

Not only does a DVR Security Camera system catch bad patrons, some employees get caught stealing too. Often there are employee terminations after a security camera system is put in place.

"We got robbed just after we installed the Camera Security Now system. " Explains John Bower who owns 2 Dominos Pizza restaurants in Harrisburg, PA. “The picture was so good and getting it to the police was so easy, they caught the guy!"

"Making sure that people can see that there really are cameras in the restaurant is very important. Plus I have cameras pointing to every cash drawer. " said Emad Hamdan of who owns multiple restaurant franchises including Gold Star Chili.

Another recommendation is to use color security cameras instead of black and white for your typical fast food restaurant dining room and restaurant storage areas.

Using color cameras inside your restaurant is better because people will be more identifiable by the color of clothes they are wearing.

Color cameras, used in conjunction with the face shot at the entry point, provide you a record of people and activities in the key areas of your restaurant.

Minimum Recommendation: 4 Security Camera System for Fast Food Restaurants

This system is very easy to install, you can do-it-yourself (DYI) or you we can manage the install for you.

Either way, a surveillance system is becoming a necessity rather than a luxury for the restaurant industry.

Here are some ideas for the use of a security camera video surveillance system in a fast food business:

1. Indoor Video camera records all customer faces and actions

2. Outdoor Camera can record cars (colors, make and model).

3. Video records all of your cash handling transactions.

4. Video shows you how long the line is at peak times to help with scheduling staff

5. Video keeps eye on all exits and entrances to the building

6. Video can show who vandalized your landscaping.

7. Video of your dumpster yields many surprises.

8. All Video is viewable from remote locations with internet connection.

Video surveillance in fast food restaurants is on the rise for good reasons! Video surveillance is saving money, protecting employees, catching bad guys and deterring crime.

John Beagle is a technical writer for Xponex Web and Media Services. The Security Camera Client Website is located at - 877-422-1907


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