Not only is the use of stainless steel in commercial, industrial and retail spaces effective in providing businesses with their means to ends of safe-keeping, risk management and security, it also remains quite cost effective. It is always possible to utilize lightweight variations of sustainability across the board while remaining non-enforceable most of the way. It would still require a great deal of visible (where public and private traffic would be present) force to break down these materials.
This is one of the reasons why small to medium sized retailers enjoy having the use of stainless steel turnstiles at the front entrance of their stores and even at the back where staff control is required. It remains a concern for every business owner today that the pilferage of their stock is owing to staff lapses. Internal staff also steal. And they also take their eyes off of the ball. This is why it is always preferable for businesses to outsource their security provisions.
The use of stainless steel turnstiles goes some way towards providing their security. Break-ins from the front of the store during business hours are far less likely when turnstiles and security guards are visible. Would be burglars, even those who are armed, will always think twice. It is more feasible for them to hit a store that, quite clearly, has no form of security whatsoever. The use of turnstiles should also be considered for crowd control, particularly during emergencies.
These emergencies can include the unexpected fire and collapse of infrastructure. But such collapses are always less likely when fixtures and fittings are being held together with light to heavy stainless steel structures. This all goes to show that stainless steel remains an effective material for risk management and security provisions.