Engineering and Manufacturing

Stay in Control with Integrated Security Systems

How much disruption would a break in at your manufacturing plant cause?  Or what about a member of the public walking or driving into a hazardous area they should never be in?

It’s important to have extensive security systems in place, to protect your company against criminals, as well as nosey, naive or accidental intruders.

We offer a full range of security solutions including alarm systems, access control, CCTV, automatic security gates and intercoms to ensure only authorised personnel can access your plant.  PA systems can also be employed to broadcast warning messages throughout the factory premises.

 

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Site Traffic Management

To increase efficiency and decrease on-site incidences, consider a site traffic management plan. With the increased attention to Health and Safety, these plans are now essential for larger engineering and manufacturing plants. However, they are fast becoming the norm for smaller plants.

An effective site traffic management plan works hand-in-hand with your security systems such that an integrated solution provides security for staff and the business as well as a healthy and safe working environment.

One of our friendly security consultants would be happy to evaluate your site and then discuss with you how a site traffic management plan can be implemented at your site.

  • “ARC are extremely responsive to issues that we have. I deal with a lot of trades and they are not as responsive – you’ve got to push them to get things done. With ARC it’s not an issue.  They do it in a timely manner, they keep you in touch. I would recommend them for their friendliness, their approachability and their knowledge of systems.

     

    They look after our alarm systems in multiple buildings, our key monitoring centre and our PA and music system throughout the organisation. They have the ability to tackle anything involved in electrical, data and security.  Nothing seems to be too big for them.”

    Roger Griffiths, IT Manager of TRT (Tidd Ross Todd)