Running a construction site can be a tricky business, but when a site becomes a victim of theft or vandalism, it can become even more complicated.
One of the things that can make a building site particularly vulnerable is scaffolding, so if you want to minimise risk, protect your possessions and keep people safe, installing a scaffold alarm is imperative. Here’s why:
While scaffolding is erected, it’s not just your equipment that’s up for grabs – it’s your client’s too. And if you don’t have a site scaffold alarm installed, or the appropriate insurance companies haven’t been told that scaffolding has been put up, policies can become null and void.
Scaffolding can provide an easy leg up, making your client’s property an easy target for vandals. The cost of rectifying vandalism can be extremely high, leading to irreparable damage, site downtime and loss of revenue. A scaffold alarm can act as enough of a deterrent, as well as alert you in the event that your site has trespassers.
Buildings that have scaffolding erected can be a huge temptation to youngsters looking for somewhere to explore. Unfortunately, scaffolding can pose a huge safety risk and left unsupervised, trespassers could do themselves some serious damage by slipping or falling. Installing a scaffold alarm helps deter intruders, and in turn can save lives.
Taking all machinery and equipment home at the end of a working day can be virtually impossible, so leaving some items on site is a given. A scaffold alarm acts as an extra insurance policy in protecting your equipment by acting as a deterrent to thieves and opportunists.
At Suttie Site Services, we offer a huge range of scaffold alarms perfect for your requirements. From beam and PIR sensors, to lighting and CCTV systems that will help you deter and detect intruders, we’re a one stop shop for all things site security. To find out more, please call us on: 0844 241 5300.