Gym CCTV System Benefits
Theft and vandalism prevention – Well placed security cameras and monitoring warning signs will help prevent vandalism and theft to your property and your members’ automobiles.
Easy install – HD Digital cameras are much easier to install and configure. Many of these newer HD cameras can be set up where you need them in minutes and can easily be reconfigured without professional help.
Protecting members – Surveillance cameras, especially in parking lot areas, will help to protect vehicles owned by members and staff and help to prevent break-ins.
Image Improvement – Having surveillance systems present coupled with security guards, helps to bolster your business image and gives potential members a good impression. Current members are assured that their visit to your facility is safe and secure.
Health Club Security Camera Risks
Privacy Concerns– Protecting the privacy of your staff and members is very important. CCTV cameras should only be installed in public areas. Keep cameras out of break rooms and locker rooms.
Power Outages – Power outages and electrical surges can easily damage your surveillance system or even disrupt your video footage. Though rare, these damages do occur. We suggest you properly protect your camera investment and also have a backup security plan in the event your camera system goes down.
Weather damage – Wind, bad weather, rain and even falling branches are just some of the things that can easily damage your outdoor security cameras. We suggest you use properly sealed cameras and housings when installing cameras outdoors.
Surveillance Camera Configuring for Workout Facilities
When you consider security cameras for your location you must take into account that all health clubs, gyms, and country clubs will vary in size, members and surveillance needs. Here are some things to consider:
- Do you currently have security in place?
- What’s your most pressing security concern?
- How many employees and members belong to your country club or gym?
- Do you have a private parking lot or is your gym part of other buildings and businesses?
- Does your property have outdoor facilities like a playground, basketball courts, tennis court, soccer fields, or a swimming pool?
- Does your property have indoor locations for cardio machines, weight room, and fitness or dance classrooms?
- Does the property have a snack bar or restaurant?
- How many employees do you currently have?
- Do you often hire temp staff such as life guards, camp counselors?
- Do you often host events similar to charity events, golf tournaments, swim meets, or basketball leagues?
- Are there summer camps where possible non-members participate or visit the facilty?