Bahrain traders told to step up security systems
Manama, November 18, 2012
Traders in Bahrain are being urged to step up security and instal high-resolution surveillance cameras and alarm systems - both inside and outside their shopping outlets and companies.
Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) urged the trade community to be on alert and undertake necessary precautionary measures to ensure the security and safety of their businesses and industrial firms, said a report in our sister publication the Gulf Daily News.
In a statement yesterday, it urged members and traders to instal CCTV cameras to monitor any crimes, robberies and spot any dubious movements.
Traders and businessmen facing security threats were also urged to report to the Interior Ministry without delay for security authorities to intervene.
BCCI affirmed its full readiness to support the trade sector and respond to any problems which may confront traders.
BCCI officials have also stepped up contacts with security authorities, asking the Interior Ministry to beef up security measures at markets, trade centres and shopping malls. – TradeArabia News Service
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