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Security Tips

Property Management takes many precautions to protect Tenant property, however; Tenants, employees, visitors, and contractors are wholly responsible for the security of their items. By following a few simple guidelines, the incidents for thefts or intruders can be greatly reduced or eliminated.

  1. Never leave a suite door unlocked while the reception area is unattended, even if it is momentarily.
  2. Rear doors or secondary entrances should be kept locked at all times. If doors are equipped with dead bolt locks, ensure the dead bolt is fully engaged when locked.
  3. When using your access card, make sure that only you enter on your card. Do not let someone else enter or “piggyback” on your card.
  4. Hang coats and wraps away from the entrance to the office to reduce the possibility of these items being easily stolen while you are busy. Keep valuables out of sight at all times. A minimum amount of cash should be kept in the office. Any items of value, such as stamps, checks and cash, should be locked in an office. Lock desks when not seated at them.
  5. Keep purses and gift packages out of sight and locked inside a cabinet or desk if possible.
  6. The building prohibits all solicitors and peddlers. While there are many legitimate solicitors, most Tenants do not desire to be bothered. Please call Security immediately to report all solicitors and peddlers, so they may be properly escorted from the building.
  7. Do not let persons other than your employees and clients into building restrooms.
  8. Building personnel are always ready to properly identify themselves. An unrecognizable person, posing as working for the building, should be reported to the Property Management Office immediately. Every Tenant has the right to ask individuals who enter their suite for proper identification.
  9. Legitimate messenger service personnel carry proper identification. If a messenger does not produce identification when asked for it, building security should be notified immediately.
  10. Receptionist should be instructed to keep all visitors in the reception area and to ask the person being visited to come out and greet the visitor. This will reduce the possibility of unauthorized people entering a Tenant space.
  11. Collect keys and access cards from terminated employees. Call the Property Management Office to deactivate card numbers of all cards you collect from terminated employees or any lost or stolen cards.

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