Why CCTV is imperative for workplace safety and compliance

Why CCTV is imperative for workplace safety and compliance

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ADT Security Director Christian Dorau explains in this article how CCTV solutions at workplaces not only ensure security but also address workplace compliance and Work, Health and Safety Policies.

Organisations are increasingly recognising the value of surveillance cameras at the workplace. Work, Health and Safety legislation requires employers and self-employed persons to ensure the health and safety of all people in their workplaces. According to WorkCover NSW, the total direct costs due to slips, trips and falls in NSW alone are pegged at about $110 million. With the average cost of a worker’s compensation claim being approximately $18,900, the potential litigation costs can impact a business’ profitability

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