At Sydney Security Company, we understand how compulsory it is to secure your warehouse and industrial property effectively to not only deter theft, but also potential damage to expensive stock and equipment.
Working with small, medium and large sized warehouses across Sydney, we help secure the premise using the latest surveillance, alarm, reader and smoke sensor technology, to ensure as many risks associated with running a warehouse or industrial operation are minimised.
Examples of the main security threats your business may experience throughout the course of your warehouse and industrial business are:
unauthorized access to storage areas, suspicious deliveries, unauthorized entry from competitors, stock theft, break-ins and burglary, mishandling of equipment or stock, unforeseen OH&S accidents, equipment damage, fire, chemical hazards, threatening suppliers or customers, unexpected violence and/or forklift or heavy machinery accidents.
There are five main security areas that your warehouse and industrial business may need to look at closely and consider implementing at your business location.
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Real prices and security package examples of what we have installed for our warehouse and industrial customers.
Typical security installation plan involves the following:
Depending on the nature and size of your business, you may be storing and managing a large range of inventory as a trade supply business, or you may be a larger warehouse involved in moving large crates of supplies in and out of the warehouse on a daily business. Whatever your business, it is important to be able to keep an eye on people traffic to be able to account for stock losses. We recommend installing a camera system that has a minimum quality of 2 megapixel high definition spec, to ensure details are captured with high clarity.
Our expert technicians will consult with you during your onsite inspection to discuss high hazard areas or areas where staff are required to work autonomously. This will allow our technicians to understand the nature of your business and to ensure that our CCTV cameras are installed in optimal locations. This will help supervisors and team leaders monitor and capture potential staff hazards or OH&S issues, as well as transparency between executives and subordinates.
Most commonly, cameras will be fitted in areas that have low frequent foot traffic or are not frequently monitored by a security guard or staff.
Our technicians will also evaluate height and length of your warehouse to determine the number of cameras required as most cameras have up to 30m viewing distance and 80 degree viewing angle.
Most warehouse will require 2-3 external cameras to monitor incoming vehicle deliveries and other door entry points – such as the back exit or side exits.
All our CCTV packages come with a clear 19inch monitor to be place in your admin office.
We recommend a more advanced alarm system with smoke sensor integration. We also have systems that includes proximity card readers to control staff access into authorised areas only.
Did you know there are quite a lot of common workplace negligence incidences and injuries that your staff can legally claim against you?
Common warehouse and industrial injuries include: unforeseen fire damage & burns, head injuries from slips, puncture wounds and cuts, mismanaged inventory, electrocution from faulty electrical equipment, injuries from misuse of machinery, are common examples of workplace hazards. Most owners feel that the ability to monitor and playback video footage can assist in educating staff on safety concerns and improve on current workplace safety practices.
Other notes to take into account for the installation process
While our team are trained to install our security equipment in all types of building structures, these are the common issues we encounter when performing an onsite inspection. So please advise on the phone with our sales representative if any of the following meets your situation, so we can draw up the most efficient way to install your security system with minimal time delays and disruptions to your business.
>Please let us know if you have suspended ceilings or a concrete ceiling. Also, please let us know if your walls are also gyprock or solid cement.
> If your premises do not have a manhole for our technician to perform cabling and wiring requirements in the ceiling or roof of your business, you may need to budget an extra small fee for possible conduit or external cabling requirements
> If your premises already have cabling in place from an old security system, please let us know so we can determine if the cables and wires are available for use on the new security system. Most of the time, this is possible if the structure is relatively new. If however the old security system was installed decades ago, we may need to replace all wiring to ensure your new system works effectively on new cables and wires.
What we expect from our customers:
As we take our customers seriously and value our time to serve all customers well, please do not call us first if you are simply price shopping. Our prices are one of the most competitively priced on the market for the workmanship and security equipment we use, which is why many Sydney business owners choose us to complete the job. We are open to negotiations and most often accommodate all our customer’s request, as well as budget constraints. The priorities of selecting the best security company to perform your install should be based on integrity, reviews, equipment quality, labour warranty, efficiency of the installation service and efficiency of the customer service team. We look forward for you in joining our list of happy customers with our recognised service in the industry.