What to Look for in Successful Physical Security Systems for Manufacturing
Physical security is a key consideration in any manufacturing facility. Solutions such as access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection, and environmental monitoring do much more than safeguard people and intellectual property from outside threats. They also help ensure compliance and mitigate internal threats such as loss of property, damage, improper protocols, and more.
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Fire Prevention In Manufacturing
October is National Fire Prevention Month and a good time to revisit fire safety and prevention in the manufacturing facility environment. Fires lead to hundreds of injuries and deaths each year and lead to billions in property damage and losses.
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Keeping employees, visitors, and other building occupants safe is a top priority for any manufacturing facility. Because of this, regardless of the likelihood of its occurrence in any particular facility, every manufacturing facility should have a plan for preventing and responding to active shooters.
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Manufacturing facilities are diverse in everything from size to processes, so it makes sense that their security needs would also be equally diverse, and often changing. Understanding this can make choosing non-proprietary commercial security system solutions important to the long term success and functionality of the system. Continue reading Proprietary or Nonproprietary Commercial Security Systems in Manufacturing?
No matter your industry you and your employees need the ability to communicate at all times in order to fulfill the many demands of your individual roles as well as to be able to improve safety. Tools such as intercom systems and gate/telephone entry systems add additional ways to communicate both in a daily capacity and in emergency situations adding to increased safety and operational efficiency.
While it may seem easy to rely on text or email for daily communications, there are many situations and applications where it simply isn’t timely or reliable enough. Here are just a few of the many ways intercom systems help improve communications in business.
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Commercial businesses all have unique outdoor security needs depending on the location and the type of business. Fortunately, businesses can use a variety of both low- and high-tech solutions to address those important security concerns.
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Industrial assets have always had specialized security needs but in this post 9/11 society, the needs are more urgent than ever. One of the top priorities for any manufacturing operation is maintaining tight, 24/7 security over every aspect of operations. Just as the threats are growing and changing, security systems implementation and practices must also evolve.
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In just moments, fire can irrevocably destroy lives and cost millions in property damage. This is especially true in the manufacturing industry where an abundance of materials and processes create a volatile environment.
Understanding this, fire codes were put in place to help prevent the dangerous conditions that can lead to disaster. Ignoring these codes will not only put Atlanta manufactures at risk, but it can also lead to code violations and costly fines.
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