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What Would You Do?

July 18, 2017 By Millennium Fire and Security In Consulting, News
“The office manager arrived at the office early. He wanted to get some work done before the staff arrived.  As he approached the entry door, he noticed a broken window. He made a mental note to call a repairman. Then he noticed the door was slightly ajar.  He nudged it open and turned the lights...

Minutes Add Up

July 06, 2017 By Millennium Fire and Security In Consulting, News
  “A large food production facility recently noticed incremental increases in their overtime costs. The overtime hours did not match production output. At first, it was thought to be a training problem.  However, upon further investigation by the management staff, it was discovered that the prob...

Where’s The Beef?

July 04, 2017 By Millennium Fire and Security In Consulting, News
“Recently, a large manufacturing company that produced and supplied meats and vegetables to a popular chain convenience store noted a large discrepancy in their production inventory and items delivered. The total dollar amount was $70,000 per month. Millennium Fire & Security was hired to help...

Germs Cannot Be Seen Or Heard

June 22, 2017 By Millennium Fire and Security In Consulting, News
  Guidelines for operating a grocery store, restaurant, or food manufacturing plant all have one specific rule. They must practice strict hygiene with regards to equipment, surfaces, and storage areas. They also must require their employees to be educated in hygienic practices. Classes are taug...

Protecting Your Property

May 23, 2017 By Millennium Fire and Security In Business & Office, News, Retail & Shop
  Did you know that burglars use a 3-component decision-making strategy when they burglarize a business?   First, they assume that your property contains some minimal potential gain.   They plan carefully to see if your business can be burglarized easily with a fast exit. Many people ...