Construction Site Alarms
Construction sites face a unique range of security risks and situational factors such as theft of expensive machinery, fly-tipping and general antisocial behaviour. Any unauthorised intrusions or break-ins can cause a substantial delay in productivity, as well as time and costs required to replace stolen equipment or repair damage. Investing in security solutions such as construction site alarms will not only significantly reduce these threats – they give site managers and staff the peace of mind that the site is fully protected.
We provide professional security evaluations and construction site alarm systems tailored to meet the risk assessment priorities of construction locations, whether long or short-term.
Construction Site Alarm FAQs
Do I Need a Construction Site Risk Assessment Before Installing an Alarm?
Ideally, yes – the Clearway team always recommends running through a security risk assessment. This process identifies where your main threats lie, be that in specific physical locations or in types of risk, which ensures we can tailor our advice to your construction site.
What is the Best Way to Defend a Construction Site Against Intruders?
There are many construction site alarm systems, site CCTV surveillance, security patrols and security installations available to defend construction sites from criminal activity.
Alarm systems are an integral part of a construction site security strategy and can be positioned in key locations where the most significant risks arise.
What are the Biggest Security Threats to Construction Sites?
The exact threats to your construction site security will depend on your location, type of activity and locality. For many sites, the most substantial risk is in the theft of tools, materials, equipment and vehicles.
There are also other hazards to consider when selecting your alarm system, such as flooding, fire, vandalism, gas leaks and fly-tipping.
Contact our construction site CCTV Specialists today
To speak to a member of our construction site CCTV team get in touch with us on 01322 479652 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.