Construction Site Security Sydney
Professional Security For Construction Sites
At Partisan Protective Services, we supply highly trained professional security guards for construction companies throughout Sydney and the Central Coast.
Construction sites are among the most vulnerable and targeted sites in the country when it comes to unauthorised access, theft, and vandalism. With valuable materials and equipment present, poor security can result in significant costs if not adequately protected.
To protect against on-site theft and vandalism, we offer professional and effective on-site security guards as well as mobile patrols.
With over 30 years of experience as a leading Sydney security company, we guarantee the highest level of security for your construction site.
We help design and implement a construction site security plan that keeps your assets protected and meets your needs. All our guards and personnel are kept up to date with public liability and workplace health and safety requirements to guarantee the best service available.
Comprehensive Security Solutions To Protect Your Site
Effective site security is vital to ensuring your construction project is completed on schedule and with minimal losses or disruption. From on-site access control to alarm monitoring and mobile patrols, our fully trained and licensed security guards will keep your site completely protected. All our on-site guards have the relevant accreditation as well as state regulated licenses and OH&S white cards.
Throughout Sydney, tool and supply theft from construction sites is a problem for small contractors to large building companies alike. Most of this theft occurs on site through forced entry. With regular on site protection, our team will ensure valuable materials are safe and secure.
Our Construction Site Security Services
- Unauthorised entry prevention
- Criminal damage prevention
- Protection against material theft
- Static security guards
- Electronic security systems
- Mobile patrols
- Incident reports
- Alarm call outs
- On-site CCTV & alarm monitoring
- Access control
- Site checks
- Risk assessments
Our Guide To Effective Site Security
Securing a construction site is more than just to guard against theft and vandalism. It is also a requirement of the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).
This requirement is applicable even if the construction site is unattended or there is currently no activities at the site. Unsecured sites pose a risk to passers-by and the public in general. This is particularly true with children, whose curious nature may lead them to enter the site unnoticed.
To avoid any untoward incidents at the construction site, security must be in place. At Partisan Protective Services, we specialise in construction site security.
Here are our 8 top tips to ensure the construction site is secure.
Risk assessment needs to be conducted at the construction site. This makes it easier to identify high-risk areas at the site. By identifying these high-risk areas, preventative measures can be undertaken to reduce or eliminate the risk.
For areas where armed guards cannot be posted, CCTV installation is an ideal solution.
It’s important to delegate responsibility to individuals to ensure effective security solutions are carried out. Without dedicated team members or private security staff to maintain effective security and safety measures, things can easily slip between the cracks.
At this point, the company has the option of hiring its in-house security personnel or get the services of an armed guard services Sydney-based company. It is important to ensure the responsibilities for securing the site are assigned even before the start of the project. This should be implemented in conjunction with the risk assessment of the site.
This is necessary so everyone at the site would be conscious about securing the construction site. Awareness would include informing security personnel of suspicious individuals in the area. It also involves informing the management of areas where accidents may happen. When everyone at the construction site is aware of security, the project will be finished with little to no delays.
There may be instances when a construction company will get the services of a subcontractor for certain areas in the project. Due to this, it is necessary to supervise them and ensure they are also aware of the security measures in place.
These security measures are implemented not only to protect against theft but also to protect the workers on the site. This would include protecting the subcontractor while they perform their tasks.
While materials and equipment are normally stored at the construction site to ensure they are ready to be used, it is also important to schedule the delivery properly. It would not be advisable to have finishing materials delivered even before the foundation of the building has been erected. In this regard, it is ideal for materials to be delivered just before they are going to be used.
Aside from avoiding theft, it also frees up storage space for materials and equipment that will be used in the first phase of the project.
This is a no-brainer since security requires entry points to be secured when there is no one working at the site.
Blocking entry points should also include preventing access to elevated floors, ladders, and scaffolding. This is one way to prevent unwanted incidents or accidents if a minor gains access to the construction site.
At Partisan Protective Services, our security guards can help design effective access control points and protocols to ensure maximum construction site security and safety.
With 30 years of experience in the security industry, you can trust in our integrity and dedication to your safety. We welcome enquiries and are available to discuss how our armed services can benefit you or your business. Don't take risks with your safety. Hire Partisan Protective Services for your armed security needs.
Construction sites are particularly susceptible to thieves and present a lucrative opportunity when insufficiently protected.
The National Equipment Register reports that construction sites are a naturally low-risk, high-reward target for criminals as very little stolen equipment is ever recovered and it can be difficult to determine if purchased construction equipment/material is stolen.