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Protect Your Warehouse with These Tips

January 15, 2015 by · Leave a Comment 

When you’re in charge of a large warehouse, there are several security concerns you must contend with to keep losses low. Internal security is a big one, but a sizable portion of theft still occurs from sources outside of your workforce. Learn to keep your warehouse safe, and your stock ready to hit the shelves, with these tips.

Security Doors

One of the first aspects to look at is a heavy-duty door to protect your stock. A roll-up warehouse door will provide access to employees looking to move stock, while providing plenty of stopping power for most obvious forms of entry. These doors can also be outfitted to the back of a shop space and locked with a simple lock. Coupled with a security camera, it would be difficult to gain access without someone noticing and leaving ample proof of their attempted entry.

Biometrics and Keypads

Another approach is to use biometrics to lock down access to a particular facility so that only employees with clearance can maneuver freely. Biometrics also have the added benefit of tracking an employee’s location with a time stamp of when he or she logged into that location. Employees don’t have to worry about privacy either, as biometrics do not recognize employees by their physical makeup. Rather, these systems take details of the face or fingerprint and match those to a database.

Keypads are another option, but you may find it difficult to change pass codes often if security is a prime concern. Remember, it’s not just changing the code it’s also getting the information out to those who need it.

 

 

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Stadium Seating Offers Range Of Possibilities For Various Budgets, Crowd Capacities

August 9, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Putting in new or replacement seating in a stadium, gymnasium, skating rink or any other sports oriented space can be a challenging decision for an administrator to make, and one that the facility will have to live with for years to come. You’ll want to think carefully about the options available to you before you make a final selection.

You can get estimates from dealers if you’re looking to install new bleachers in a facility that needs seating for events such as spectator sport and other public events. Other may opt to search online to compare prices, features and durability guarantees that manufacturer and retailers are offering. For many facilities, the frequently arrived at choice is stadium bleachers, which are normally durable, serviceable and can hold large numbers of spectators if need be, while taking up the narrowest footprint of field or stadium floor space possible.

Bleachers provide basic seating on plank benches, which these days are usually made from either aluminum or molded plastic, and are supported by a steel frame underneath that support the seating structure. The benches usually graduate in height with each succeeding row, and large banks of bench seats usually are fitted with stairs to aid spectators in getting to the higher rows.

Although wood was the material of choice for benches once upon a time, its tendency to warp, especially in outdoor seating, which is exposed to the elements, makes it a less often used option in recent times. This is especially critical when it comes to portable bleachers, which can be telescoped inward and folded up for storage. Misshapen wood could certainly prevent that function from working over long periods of use. Plastic and aluminum are also preferable to wood because their cost is generally lower.

Generally speaking, there are two varieties of bench seating arrangements: permanent and retractable. Permanent bench seating is a year round, non-movable installation that can be stationed either indoor or outdoors and is usually anchored to permanent, non-moveable surfaces, such as concrete pilings or stadium walls and floor. The other kind of seating, moveable or portable benches, can be set up in a sports arena or stadium but can also be moved and relocated to a more advantageous position if the need arises, or can be put away for storage at any time.

Portable seating offers greater flexibility, in that it can be moved to different areas of the sports arena to accommodate various sporting events with differing seating requirements. Whether your seating is permanent or temporary you will need to examine what characteristics best suite your long-term needs, both for flexibility and for projected seating capacity needs in the coming years. With those requirements in mind you can make an informed choice.

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Medicare Supplemental Insurance Plans

April 25, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Senior Enjoys MassageWhile Medicare is available to U.S citizens who are 65 years and above who have paid their taxes for at least five years, and while being a health insurance plan that will cover costs for a wide range of illnesses, there are some illnesses that aren’t covered by Medicare, and so senior citizens in Florida have to opt for Florida Medigap insurance instead, which is also known as Medicare supplemental insurance Florida.

Also called Medicare supplemental insurance plans, these plans help you to not only cover for those illnesses not covered by Medicare but also for expenses under Medicare such as annual co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles.

Since one has to purchase this form of healthcare insurance from a private organization, there are several organizations that will be more than happy to provide you with Medicare supplement insurance quotes from the top health insurance carriers in the country.

With the focus right on providing universal health insurance and with senior citizens needing affordable and good quality health insurance, the plans that will be offered will be affordable and customized keeping in your immediate requirements, lifestyle and budget.

Not only will this plan cater to your needs but it will close the ‘gaps’ that Medicare is unable to cover for, and thus will provide you peace of mind as well. However, it is important that you do take your time in purchasing one of these plans not until you are very sure that it is the right plan for you.

Retro Sports Apparel Sparks Interest from Fans and Non-Fans Alike

December 23, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Retro tee shirts are more than just clothing – they are a reminder of a person’s past. They can take people back to their childhood memories and let the outside world know the types of things that are important to them.

Nowhere is this more evident than when it comes to sports fans. That’s why one of the hottest trends in vintage clothing is in retro sports apparel. This can include tee shirts from the 1960s through the 1980s, featuring retro logos, color schemes and in some cases even teams that no longer exist. Many soccer fans enjoy purchasing vintage scarves featuring their team’s unique colors and logo to show their diehard support.

But you don’t have to be a sports fan to enjoy retro sports clothing. Many people come to vintage clothing online sites like Vintage Trends because they are looking for hip, indie clothes with an ironic edge. People who have never watched a sporting event in their lives still love wearing retro sports tees and other apparel.

How to Choose a Halloween Costume for Children

July 10, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

There is only one day in the entire year when your child can dress up like his or her favorite character and prance around the neighborhood without shame! Make sure that your child is ready for Halloween 2009! From finding the perfect costume to preparing the final touches, Children’s Halloween costumes can be a lot of fun if you follow these simple tips.

Browse online: Take advantage of this easy shopping experience. Sit behind the computer and explore the many costumes that are available online. Keep a list of your child’s favorite costumes and rate each one from one to five. Select the costumes with the best ratings and make your final decision based on whether or not it will be appropriate for cooler weather. Search for girl costumes that can be worn with leotards and tights or boy costumes that can be worn with long-sleeve T-shirts underneath.

Purchase the costume in advance. We recommend buying your child’s costume at least three to four months before Halloween, especially if you’re ordering off the Internet. Waiting until the last minute means less costumes to choose from because many costumes will be out of stock. Plus, if the costume doesn’t fit, you will have plenty of time to send it back and order the right size.

Know what you’re buying. It is important to clearly read the descriptions of the costumes to find out which costume pieces and accessories are included. For example, Cinderella costumes may or may not come with the black chocker necklace, headband, and glovettes. By reading the fine print, you can avoid any surprises and should have plenty of time to order additional accessories.

Get the right size: Whether you’re looking at Batman costumes or Fairy costumes, children’s sizes are clothing sizes, not an age range.