[fusion_dropcap boxed=”no” boxed_radius=”” class=”” id=”” color=””]D[/fusion_dropcap]o you have a ton of construction jobs going on right now, with so many different sites you need to visit and check on? Or are you currently wrapping up your round of jobs and looking to pick up more?
Regardless of how many projects you have going on, protecting them from burglary, vandalism, and damage while you’re away can be quite a challenge.
What’s your current game plan when it comes to protecting your construction site(s)? Do you have one, other than crossing your fingers as you head home for the night?
Let’s run through the top 5 tips you can implement to protect your construction site, so you can protect your equipment, materials, and save yourself a whole lot of headache and money from potential theft and damage.
1. Consider Fencing
Installing fencing around your construction site can do quite a bit to deter curious passers-by and potential vandals and thieves.
It gives you a physical barrier, making it harder to get into your job site. The higher the fencing, the better job it will do of keeping people out.
The more barriers you can put in place, the more secure your construction site will be.
2. Have Good Lighting
Another way you can help ramp up your construction site protection is by having good lighting. That’s right. Who wants to be caught doing something when they feel like they are on display for everyone to see?
The better lit your construction site is, the less likely vandals, burglars, and others are going to want to trespass onto your property because they will be easily visible.
3. Put Signs Up
A super easy and cost-effective way to deter criminals from meddling with your construction site and equipment is by placing security signs up.
Whether they say “Keep Out” or “Under Surveillance,” they can help help to scare off would-be intruders.
4. Record Visitors & Deliveries
Have visitors check-in properly by recording their name, date, and time, and also make sure that you are recording all deliveries made to your construction site.
In addition to that, make sure that you are also coordinating deliveries and drop-offs of materials and equipment, so that you can be there when you need to, or have people you trust there to receive the materials.
5. Get Mobile Security
Security guards are great, don’t get me wrong. But sometimes it may not be cost efficient, or you may not have the funds to be able to get proper security patrolling your job site. A great option is getting a mobile security system. One that you can deploy on your job site, that is self-powered, and that is constantly monitoring your location.
With a mobile security system, you can get top-of-the-line construction site security with features like:
- Thermal Camera Detection
- The ability to communicate via a 2-way speaker system
- 24/7 monitoring and video recording
- Functional with IOS and Android Applications
- Live video stream through cellular and satellite
- And much more!
The BSG mobile security system is the ultimate way to protect your construction site, so you can have the peace of mind you need to enjoy your time with your friends and family. Check in on your construction site in real time or watch archived footage through your smart device from wherever you are. Or use it to let your clients check in on the progress.
Take Action Today
Don’t delay, start implementing the any or all of the tips above so that you can protect your job site, equipment, materials, and make sure that you don’t run into any avoidable hiccups along the way. Have any questions about the tips we mentioned above? Contact a BSG for Business expert today 855-697-6278!