Archive:  September 2018

15
Sep
2016

Remote Guarding Cuts Costs, Protects Employees

September 15th, 2016 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    0   

Remote Guarding drastically cuts theft and vandalism at a heavy equipment dealer's site.


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23
Sep
2015

RCMP Requires Alarm Verification

September 23rd, 2015 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    2   

False alarms drain tax dollars. That's why Upper Fraser Valley RCMP and other police departments now only respond to verified alarms. Learn how you can help improve police response times.


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10
Sep
2015

Preventing Child Abductions by Strangers

September 10th, 2015 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    5   

Two attempted stranger child abductions at Stanley Park bring home the danger. As kids go back to school, here's what they need to know.


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19
Sep
2014

Raccoons, Coyotes and Bears--Oh My!

September 19th, 2014 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    38   

Have skunks and raccoons been hanging around your backyard? Are coyotes stalking your pet dog or cat? In Coquitlam and on the North Shore, bears are not uncommon. As Metro Vancouver continues to develop,


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03
Sep
2014

One Click Could Save Your Neck

September 3rd, 2014 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    5   

Raising the head restraint in your car by one click could save your neck a lifetime of pain, reducing your risk of whiplash injury by 35 per cent. Whiplash can occur in any crash situation but is most often a result of a rear-end collision.
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18
Sep
2013

Security Strategies to Stop Shoplifters

September 18th, 2013 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    0   

Can you spot a shoplifter? Is he the scruffy panhandler pawing through the clearance bin? The teen laughing and joking with her friends by the make-up counter? The young mom stuffing groceries into her stroller basket? The elderly gentleman retur


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05
Sep
2013

Slow Down, Pay Attention, Stay Safe

September 5th, 2013 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    0   

With the world shifting into back-to-school gear, Metro Vancouver police forces are warning drivers to slow down. The speed limit in school zones is 30 km/h from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. when classes are in session.


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27
Sep
2012

Scam Alert: Lost and Found Items

September 27th, 2012 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    0   

You have to give con artists credit for creativity. Last week, a pair approached a religious institution in South Surrey inquiring about lost jewellery. After the Caucasian man and woman in their 30s gave vague descriptions, they were shown some


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11
Sep
2012

Traffic Quiz for Back to School

September 11th, 2012 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    0   

1. When children see an approaching car, which do they notice first:

a) speed
b) colour
c) make and model


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21
Sep
2011

Securing Your Laptop on the Road

September 21st, 2011 | by admin admin | in Security Advice |    36   


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08
Sep
2011

What is Your School Safety IQ?

September 8th, 2011 | by admin admin | in Safety Advice |    0   


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