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Construction Site Security Sensor

Preventing Vandals: Advantages to Hiring Construction Site Security

Time is money when it comes to construction. Any site manager knows that missing deadlines is a sure way to add unnecessary costs that could place a huge strain on the overall budget. Experts stress the importance of temporary site security when it comes to preventing delays in construction. This is why construction site security is paramount to keeping a project running. Construction sites are prime targets for thieves and vandals. If these criminals can access building sites easily they can cause a lot of damage and loss to construction companies. This can set work back for weeks or even months as workers repair damage and wait for new supplies. Vandals Vandals can wreak a lot of havoc on building sites. They can cause a lot of expensive damage to new builds and renovations through fire and destructive behaviour. Construction companies will then have to spend time and money repairing this damage before they can continue with the planned work. The damage caused by vandals can also compromise site safety. You may have to close the site until it […]

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Scaffold Alarm

What is a Scaffold Alarm?

A scaffold alarm provides notice of intruders on a construction site and protects unattended property on the site. Scaffolding alarms consist of infrared burglar devices activated by movement or body heat and battery-operated alarms with a cellular connection back to an alarm receiving centre (ARC). We can also provide infrared sensors with cameras built in to provide extra surveillance and visual verification of alerts. Scaffolds are erected on residential, commercial, and industrial construction sites so workers can access upper floors of buildings. Certain safety standards must be met while assembling the planks, beams, and guardrails. Once the equipment is set up properly, it is impractical to disassemble and lock up everything after each work day. A scaffolding alarm system helps prevent theft of the apparatus when workers leave the site. An infrared scaffolding alarm uses light beams to detect body heat from an intruder entering a construction site. Another system relies on movement to trigger the alarm, which is typically programmed to prevent activation by animals or bad weather. A keypad allows a supervisor to […]

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