By protecting valuable equipment, sites and staff with the right security team you can have peace of mind and reduced crime levels with improved productivity.
Take our quick site risk survey to ensure your construction sites(s) security is delivering maximum effectiveness, benefit and value.
Construction site security is an essential measure. A secure site is a vital component of health and safety regulation, delivering a seamless service and protecting a project from costly damage or losses. Crimes occur all too often on construction sites. A site that falls victim to theft or vandalism leads to increased costs and delayed projects.
Building site security is an essential measure. A secure site is a vital component of health and safety regulation, delivering a seamless service and protecting a project from costly damage or losses. Crimes occur all too often on building sites. A site that falls victim to theft or vandalism leads to increased costs, delayed projects and unhappy clients, which is another reason construction companies need to effectively protect themselves and their workers.
In a survey conducted by the Chartered Institute of Building, it was revealed that as many as 21% of building sites are affected by theft on a weekly basis. This figure goes to show how important construction site security is, as well as performing a comprehensive risk assessment to implement the correct levels of security.
If you want your engineering site to give you freedom from threat or harm caused by deliberate, unwanted, hostile or malicious acts then you need beacon detection protection.
Engineering sites can face a variety of risks, dangers and threats on a day-to-day basis. High-value materials or equipment within them, make them a desirable target for criminals. With no security or not the right kind of security, engineering sites can be left vulnerable to trespassers and criminals.
We relish the challenge to organise the most efficient security service for your engineering site. The nature of these sites makes them difficult to manage as they are often always changing through the different stages of project development and different materials are onsite at any given time.
The more protected the site appears to be, the less inviting it is to criminals.
We use the following system to identify, evaluate and risk assess a food manufacturing site.
This assessment will follow this process…
- Deter – this can be done through a number of methods which includes CCTV
- Detect – this can be identifying a threat just as a crime is happening or identifying a criminal after the crime has been committed
- Delay – preventing the criminal from being able to carry out the crime or from escaping before the authorities arrive
- Respond – the arrival of the police
Transport and logistics are at the heart of the supply chain, and with the recent surge in online purchasing, the logistics sector is growing at a rapid rate. It is important you have a comprehensive fire and security risk assessment. This will ensure all these risks are fully identified. We can then supply a solution specific to your logistics business.
We have extensive experience in the protection of recycling and energy sites. As well as securing the premises, workers, and assets, we work with you to establish a dependable security strategy that addresses your specific business needs. Waste disposal and recycling facilities that are unequipped with appropriate waste management security are an attractive target for criminals.
Fire, theft and criminal damage can result in huge financial losses to your business – prevent this with high quality, professional waste management security.
Expensive raw materials are often stored at these sites, which can include copper, aluminon, brass and steel and this attracts the attention of intruders
Waste management sites are also vulnerable because they handle large quantities of hazardous waste. Combustible materials, combined with the way they are stored can be an accident waiting to happen so fire prevention equipment is vital with a comprehensive risk assessment policy in place.
Fire and arson is another huge concern. The waste and recycling industry must protect its staff and their sites with 24/7 security that can be relied on.