The Importance of Construction Site Security

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Construction Site Security: Keeping Your Business Safe Before it’s Open

Even before your business is built, it could be at risk. Construction sites are one of the top targets for crime and vandalism. It’s very important to keep your construction sites safe from any crimes that may occur during the building of your business.

Construction sites mainly get targeted for theft, vandalism, and arson. There are a few ways you can keep your construction site safe.

  • CCTV: Closed-circuit television is a great way to keep an eye on your construction site while you aren’t there. Construction sites are a big provider of things like copper wire, wood, and any construction tools or materials left on site. With CCTV, you can constantly keep your construction site monitored from a computer wherever you are.
  • Alarm System: There are also alarm systems that can wirelessly monitor your construction area. If there’s an unusual vibration or a big piece of equipment is grabbed, the alarm system will notify you immediately.
  • Motion Detector: Motion detectors can monitor whether someone has gained unauthorized entry to your construction site. Construction sites can be targets for fire and arson, so if someone is moving around your site, you’ll get notified immediately.
  • Access Control: Though it’s more difficult with a construction site, a gate with access control is still possible. With access control, it’s possible to monitor who is entering and exiting your construction site at all times. It also helps keep out unwanted visitors.

Your business is important, even if the building isn’t complete yet. Community Commercial Security wants to help you keep your construction site safe. Before your business is even finished being built, let us help you. If you have any questions about how to keep your business and your construction site safe, give Community Commercial Security a call at (714) 777-6132 or contact us for a free risk assessment.

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