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Controlling Site Access
To control access to the site is a practical option for many organisations and is obviously a measure which offers a degree of protection against thieves.
It provides a check in / visitor control point for vehicles
and pedestrians and could also provide an intercept point for
thieves on their escape route.
Such as Traffic Flow Plates restrict traffic flow to a single direction thus forming a one way system and preventing access to the site via unauthorised entrances. Speed bumps (sometimes referred to as speed restrictors or sleeping policemen) help to curb excessive speeding, whilst strategically positioned bollards, removable (locking) traffic posts, etc. may also have a role to play.
For visitor validation / authorisation, vehicle & visitor
logging, etc. Building reception can be given advance warning
of visitor arrival to ensure the visitor does not get "lost"
Remote Control of Gates, Rising Barriers, etc.
Operated by a security guard or alternatively by some form
of token, tag or electronic key-fob etc. issued to authorised
visitors / residents.
CCTV Observation / Monitoring System
electronic surveillance (and optional recording) system. Can also be linked to an automated number plate recognition system which could in turn be used to automatically operate gates or rising barriers, as well as logging attendance on a PC based database, etc.
Modern Exterior Mirrors are often manufactured from robust plastic materials and some are unbreakable. They offer a low cost visual aid for safety or security purposes.
As a safety aid, they are often used to assist drivers entering or leaving difficult or dangerous site entrances, etc. where vision is impaired in some way.
Security applications range from under vehicle inspection, to simply enabling a guard to see around corners from a static position.