Protect your church from catalytic converter theft. We have been seeing a sharp rise in theft at too many of our churches. Being unoccupied much of the week, churches present a tempting target to thieves. While copper thefts from air-conditioning units remain a problem, we are also seeing an increase in catalytic converter theft. Catalytic converters on buses and vans present a quick and easy opportunity.
As the COVID-19 Pandemic continues, many churches are asking when and how to resume regular worship services and operations.Â For help with this process we would like to share the following guidance & resources for churches resuming services.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, several state governments have issued shelter-in-place or stay-at-home orders. This has led to regularly scheduled events and activities being postponed or canceled, and many buildings being unoccupied for long periods of time. It also presents a greater risk for property-related incidents, including theft, vandalism, water damage and fire. Following are some actions you can take to protect your property.
15 -Passenger Van Safety Tips
Any organization should consider the need to replace and retire their 15-passenger vans due to some serious security concerns that are related with such forms of vehicles.Â Weâ€™ve listed some 15-passenger van safety tips for an organization, such as a church, on how they can remain safe on the road while using a 15-passenger van.Â Leaders, drivers and passengers will benefit from knowing and applying these safety recommendations.