Construction Site Security Basic Understanding & Tips

  • Establish Security written Plan
  • Develop the responsibilities/post orders for the security guard
  • Assign the specific responsibilities to the Site Supervisor to monitor all the activities as well.
  • Provide all the necessary & emergency contacts numbers like Police-Ambulance & Fire Department to the security guard and also post on the site as well
  • Create security awareness among all the workers and adjoining properties- encourage them to report any suspicious activities or suspicious persons on the site.
  • Report prompt any incident of Vandalism and Theft and document it if possible.
  • Report all losses to the police immediately.
  • Document all the incidents on the site.
  • If possible, enclose the security site with fence walls.
  • Make your site bright with light if possible in nighttime
  • Post warning signs to keep unauthorized person off the site
  • Provide limited access to the site when the work is off, only allow with the permission of the site supervisor or authority allows
  • Use High quality locks, never leave the keys in the lock.
  • Inspect everyday all the site at the end of the work is done before to lock it.
  • Utilize the best possible and secured area on the site for the tools and equipment storage.
  • Maintain an inventory control system for all equipment, tools, and materials. Include photographs of equipment and expensive tools.
  • Establish a program for verifying all deliveries.
  • Mark all tools and equipment in a conspicuous, distinctive manner to allow for easy identification.
  • Implement a check-out system for all tools and equipment. Post a sign stating, “ATTENTION! ALL TOOLS MUST BE SIGNED OUT.”
  • Keep tools securely locked in storage trailers or sheds.
  • Stamp all heavy equipment and attachments with an ID number. Provide warning signs on equipment indicating that ID Numbers are recorded.
  • Establish a supervisory key-control program for motorized equipment.
  • Lock all equipment cabs during non-working hours.
  • Immobilize equipment by disabling it or using anti-theft/anti-vandalism devices.
  • Lock oil and gas tank caps where possible as a means of deterring vandalism.
  • Remove equipment and materials from the site when no longer needed—do not use the site for storage.
  • Keep Away Store equipment, materials, and tools from perimeter fencing because these creates temptation to Homeless persons, thieves and criminal minded.
  • These are our suggestions if you follow and have any problem we are not responsible for this.

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