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Construction sites can often face vandalism, theft and accidents that inhibit the seamless flow of the site’s completion. It is important to put the necessary security measures in place to make sure your construction site is running smoothly and securely. Finding security solutions that are right for you can help reduce accidents, damage and crime.

Basic best practices


Every construction site is unique and poses its own risks on the job, but here are some basic best practices for every construction site:

  • Assign supervisor security responsibilities
  • Require mandatory training to help workers be aware of
  • Work cooperatively with local authorities to ensure the proper safety protocols are implemented
  • Have good relations with neighboring facilities so they can warn you of any suspicious activity
  • Report all incidents of vandalism and theft immediately
  • Maintain a updated record book of incidents

The first line of defense in any security situation is putting signs on the property that warn intruders. Warning intruders that there are extra security measures they will have to endure helps to deter intruders from the initial effort.

 

With new advances in technology constantly arising, it is no wonder the home and private security market has grown into a more competitive market with many new technological offerings available to homeowners. From products designed to catch intruders, to products that are intended to alert others when an accident occurs, there are plenty of new and improved security systems in the market available today. Listed below are five technological innovations, ranging in price, that are available in the market today for both home security and as part of private security systems.

 

 

At Twin City Security, we have taken pride in providing multiple types of security services for private businesses and government-run businesses since 1975. One of the many services we provide is a technological service called closed-circuit television monitoring, also known as CCTV monitoring. This service is provided by having multiple closed-circuit televisions installed around a business to protect people and the property of our clients by providing comprehensive surveillance around and in the premises of their buildings. These monitors allow business owners, security guards and employees to observe multiple areas around the business at one time, giving a business maximum security protection. But the question - are CCTV monitors really necessary - is often asked by clients. Regardless of the type of business you own-whether it be retail, warehouse, medical facility, government-run, etc. CCTV is beneficial.

 

 

A university should be a safe haven for both students and their parents, but there can be no denying that many campuses across the country have experienced violent attacks in recent years. Protecting students, faculty and residents of the area should be the top priority for any university, which is why campus security systems are more important now than ever before.

Here are our five reasons as to why it is crucial for a university to have campus security:

 

At Twin City Security we provide our clients with quality and professional security services and access control, including residential. Working with us fosters peace of mind and ensures added safety for your home whether that be in an apartment complex, condominiums, hotels, neighborhoods and all other single or multi-story dwellings. We care about your well-being, and before we begin working with you, we want to offer our tips on ways you can make your home safer.


Making your living space more secure goes beyond locking your doors at night, shutting your windows and looking through the peephole before opening the door. Here are some ways to keep your possessions and yourself safer and minimize burglary threats:

 

Contact us to learn more about Twin City Security and let us help you solve your security needs.

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