Industrial Security Services

Prospect Security Services Private Limited is Bhopal based MP Govt. registered Private Security company. We are providing complete solution for  INDUSTRIAL SECURITY in Bhopal, Indore, Pithampur, Jabalpur, Hoshangabad, Betul, Rewa, Gwalior and all other part of Madhya Pradesh.

Looking for a Security agency for Industrial Security services provider then contact Prospect Security Services Pvt Ltd, we provide complete security solution for INDUSTRIAL SECURITY SERVICES in Madhya Pradesh.

We are Providing and maintaining appropriate levels of site security benefits both the owner and contractors, as it will protect the site, reduce the potential for theft and restrict entry to only authorized personnel. It is understood that security requirements can vary significantly from one project to another. For example, different security provisions will be required for a single inner city high-rise building compared to an infrastructure project, perhaps stretching many kilometers (miles) in rural areas. Additionally, security will be influenced by the local, legal, social and geographical exposures of the location. The purpose of this document is to provide a general introduction and benchmark for the requirement of construction site security. It contains advice including best practice examples, assessment tools and checklists which may be used by the owner and contractors to assess security needs and provide mitigation strategies globally across all their construction sites.

Risk Area

THREATS AND SECURITY MEASURES The first premise is quite simply that security is important to the organization. This means the decision makers, the owners and operators of the systems, the support staff, the consultants, vendors, site staff, in short everyone, understands that keeping your facility secure is in everyone’s best interest. This is no different from the importance placed on safety. More often than not, an industrial facility has a long history of always trying to raise safety awareness and tried to educate everyone as to why safety is important. Every employee, contractor and visitor onsite needs to have safety orientation and updated each year. This also needs to happen for security, and can be integrated into safety programs. Without rank and file team members who understand their role and the importance of their actions (or inaction) at your site, you will not succeed in securing your facility. It is a harsh reality but the simple fact remains that your internal, trusted employees have the greatest opportunity to cause or create a security breach intentionally or otherwise. In other words, your security program is only as effective as your least informed employee.

  • Security related threats to industrial sites
  • Main steps to develop a site security plan
  • Practical suggestions for addressing the overall security risks
  • Various site mitigation methods for typical threat or loss source types
  • Cyber security considerations for the construction site
  • Emerging technologies and security requirements

Scope of Work

THREATS AND SECURITY MEASURES Once the risk level and impact to the construction site is assessed, mitigation measures can be devised. The next sections detail various threats and mitigation measures highlighted in the following topics:

  • Security related threats to industrial sites
  • Main steps to develop a site security plan
  • Practical suggestions for addressing the overall security risks
  • Various site mitigation methods for typical threat or loss source types
  • Cyber security considerations for the industrial site
  • Emerging technologies and security requirements


  • Before the project commences create a site specific security plan based on the assessment of the security risks. Record and document this plan and have a written security policy.
  • Liaise with local law enforcement agencies to assess the risks as envisaged by local municipal administration. If available, obtain advice from your own company’s experts.
  • Assign supervisory security responsibilities within the site/project management team, and encourage security awareness among all workers. Contact the local police and fire departments before starting a project to establish coordinated efforts. Establish contact with management of neighbouring properties, and encourage them to report suspicious activities.
  • Maintain a Security Risk register and periodically review the security plan and update registers as needed.
  • Secure the site perimeter with appropriate fencing (as per risk assessment) as a first line of defense. Maintain a clear zone adjacent to fencing wherever practicable. Note that this clear zone may also benefit as a fire break.
  • Illuminate the job site perimeter fence, high value storage areas, building entrances and the site offices to effectively deter trespass, theft and vandalism.
  • Identify key assets and property onsite and then produce an inventory to track them regularly. Consider for high value items possible use of asset tagging and tracking systems.
  • If appropriate, consider offsite storage and transit locations for mitigation against theft and vandalism.
  • Where practical, secure all available high value materials and secure / immobilize vehicles and equipment. Consider installing hidden ignition disable switches to prevent theft.
  • Control site access by establishing the minimum practical number of access points and monitor those entry points.
  • Restrict site entry only to authorized personnel
  • Provide guards at all entry points (personnel and vehicles)
  • Consider limiting onsite vehicle access. Provide parking areas off site for employees and visitors.
  • Ask employees and subcontractors to take personal responsibility for a secure site and engage them to immediately report any incidents of theft or vandalism.
  • If appropriate, use a licensed and bonded security guard service to patrol the site both during and outside of working hours. It is suggested that guard rounds are digitally recorded to ensure they are actually being performed. Provide guards with an effective means of communication with local law enforcement agencies and project management 24 / 7.
  • Periodically review the security plan with special attention to boundary changes and high risk areas as the project progress. Be aware of how changes to the project scope affect security.
  • Consider installing a video monitoring system with advanced video analytics capability designed to detect and alert in the event of intrusion, vandalism, theft, fire and even water leak detection.
  • Consider layered security to mitigate any gaps in the security system. Review the above steps vigorously before and during extended suspension or slowdown of work due to holidays, weekends or planned and non-planned events (i.e. accidents investigations or natural catastrophe events, etc.)



  • Carry out the security assessment of the project and consider the utilization of a third party security company if the expertise is not available “in house”.
  • Based on assessment, set the requirements for site security.
  • Design the security system with consideration given to the inclusion of the following components, as warranted by the conditions:

–– Video

Identify the locations where risks are concentrated and determine the camera types and quantity required.

–– Audio

Alarms and provide verbal warning to intruders

–– Lighting

Motion actuated lighting (white and infrared light)

–– Physical barriers

Delay the intruder’s site access using multiple fences and making the access indirect for places of intruder interest.

–– Response Mechanisms

Devise an effective means to deter, delay and deal with the risks as soon as detected / identified / realized, such as, sirens, alarms, high beam lights, physical security on site to address as per local laws.  If the residual risks are still too high, hire guards to carry out security duties.

  • Periodic review of the security plan as the site changes (necessary to identify gaps in the security plan).
  • Consider independent or third party security audits, especially for sensitive facilities.



Site Risks Risk Mitigation
Theft Perimeter fencing suitable to project security risk Suitable anti-climb barrier walls or fencing, barbed wire fence, electrified, armed guards, etc. Check local laws for compliance
Illumination of fenced boundary
CCTV / Night vision cameras
  • Intruder detection system – Infrared motion detection and local alarm/ remote alarm
  • Security guards / patrolling / guard posts / security control / guard dogs (if applicable) / access control system
  • Warning signs installed – indicating that CCTV and guards used
  • Vehicle movement radar / global positioning system (GPS) vehicle tracking
  • Worker tag in and out gates / biometric / face recognition – if allowed by local laws
  • Programmed drones for site monitoring at random intervals – particularly useful for large areas – such as pipeline / road / railway infrastructure projects
  • Worker screening / background check as allowed by local laws
  • Locking and securing of all portable and particularly small size high value items
  • Labor / workforce tracker & monitoring
  • Time lapse photography (also useful for progress monitoring)
  • Programmed computerized cameras to video record certain areas at the time of movement or incident only.
  • Equipment tagging – appropriate for specific item and resources

and arson

  • Adequate clearance maintained near site perimeter fence/boundary
  • Entrance barriers and gates, including, where appropriate, high strength bollards to prevent unauthorized vehicle site entry
  • Prohibition of storage of flammable & combustible materials near the project perimeter/boundary walls or fences
  • Warning signs to discourage vandalism and arson (such as, No Trespassing – violators will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.)
  • Wireless fire detection systems
  • IR and other types of motion sensors with remote CCTV monitoring & warning
  • Security by design – for example, avoid windows with ordinary glass panes. Consider using noncombustible, unbreakable / tougher
  • material for cladding, such as poly-carbonate sheets or wired glass as an alternative to plain glass.
  • Disable / Lock Mobile Construction Equipment
  • Ensure equipment is not easily started and operated by unauthorized personnel or trespassers.


  • Maintain a visitor register and ensure the safe departure of visitors
  • Issue temporary passes to document and track the entry of temporary workers and visitors
  • Provide appropriate briefing for visitors as per site security procedures and requirements
  • Escort and track visitors (provide tracker devices to them if they are unescorted)
  • Deploy informative signage for the correct guidance of unescorted visitors
  • Provide physical means for exclusion of visitors from active work areas.


Guard duties should include visual monitoring for a water release.

An emergency after hours call list should be provided to on-site security personnel indicating who to contact 24 / 7 in

the event of a water release. Security personal should be trained in water shutoff procedures in the event of a leak to minimize damage.

Fire Guard duties should include knowing how to respond in the event of a fire and who to contact (fire department, project manager, etc.).

Guards should know the location of fire extinguishers and be trained how to respond in the event of an incipient stage fire, including emergency notification of local authorities. Security personnel should be equipped with suitable communication devices (radio, wireless telephone, etc.)



Prospect Security Services Private Limited

R-52, First Floor, Zone 1, MP Nagar
Near Hotel Shree Vatika & Chetak Bridge
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 462011


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