September Has South Florida Businesses Increasing Security For The Jewish Holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
Miami Security company, Bryant Security Corporation, prepares for an increase in security procedures, protocols, and trainings for the High Holy Days Festivities.
North Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are the most important of all Jewish High Holy Days, and the only holidays that are purely religious and not related to any historical or natural event. This week, Rosh Hashanah, or the Jewish New Year, is observed for two days and marks the beginning of the 10-day High Holy Days, which finish with Yom Kippur on September 14th. In some parts of the world, the High Holy Days bring a time of caution and increased awareness in communities due to international politics. Many Jewish establishments take extra precautions to stay safe during the holiday. Bryant Security, a Miami security company is increasing safety protocols, trainings and security procedures for clients in many Jewish establishments for the High Holy Days.
Synagogues, Jewish schools, community centers, Temples and even certain markets are all areas of concern during this Holy time of year. In preparation for the Holiday, Bryant Security offered seminars and trainings for establishments which emphasize emergency procedures and techniques.
“Each year we raise the bar in our approach to safety. This year all our guards will have our new technology which monitors, logs and tracks activity in real-time, called the Bryant Scout. This will allow us to be in more places at once, and keep an extra eye on our clients,” mentions Shay Ben-David, President of Bryant Security. The latest technology, the Bryant Scout, includes features which are inherent to the security guard industry such as, real time notifications, punch clock integration, and database management.
Along with increased training, education and security technology, Bryant Security Corporation also monitors activities of extremists, terrorists and anti-semites locally and abroad, to keep communities safe. “Unfortunately some of us live in the world with hatred, with Bryant Security by your side you’ll never have the need to surrender your freedom for security,” says Shay Ben-David, President of Bryant Security. Bryant Security wishes South Florida a safe and meaningful High Holy Days, L’Shanah Tovah!
This Holiday Season, be vigilant about your institutional and personal security. Homeland Security reminds us 'If you see something, say something', report any suspicious activity to the police. Bryant Security also encourages you report the situation to their offices, so they can document and act accordingly. Log onto BryantSecurity.com for more information.
About Bryant Security
BRYANT SECURITY is one of South Florida's most established and well diversified security companies. Providing South Florida guard services armed and unarmed in the Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, this family owned and operated business has proudly served and protected the community, property and people since 1985.
Offering innovation, quality, professionalism, resourcefulness, experience and flexibility, this makes Bryant Security the security services industry leader of South Florida. Mandating skilled manpower, teamwork, expertise, specialty knowledge and trained security officers to demonstrate precise and flawless conduct at all times. From executive level protection to CCTV Camera and Entry Systems, they demand the very best! Each protection task private or public that their protection officers undertake calls upon their extensive training which focuses on ensuring the security and safety of your company, property and staff.
When you select BRYANT SECURITY you are ensuring that your facility will enjoy the highest possible degree of Miami professional security. Their management team consists of hands-on leaders who will work directly with you in planning and implementing your campus’ security and contingency planning needs. BryantSecurity.com or 305-405-4001.
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