Take a look at our brand new ‘CCTV helping Health & Safety Compliance’ page. Health and Safety protects the well being of employees, visitors and customers. Looking after Health and Safety makes good business sense and CCTV cameras can help you do just that.
As the health sand safety page explains in today’s industrial firms, security systems – and especially video monitoring systems – are becoming of increasing importance. In addition to intruder detection systems and access control systems, CCTV systems help to reduce commercial risks. Modern systems allow around-the-clock remote monitoring via mobile networks, which can be very useful in order to prevent intrusion and damages. With the help of analytics you can also monitor track abnormalities or potential hazards in certain zones, by using monitoring equipment you can ensure that costly accidents do not happen in and around your factory.
Meanwhile, goods pass through the supply chain they face a number of threats. Whether that’s during transportation or in warehouses, from criminal activity or changing environments damaging delicate and perishable goods. With remote monitoring in place the whole supply chain can benefit from optimised security, ensuring goods arrive when they are supposed to and without damage – minimising disruption to business.
Having high-quality CCTV means you will be able to find evidential quality images, quickly and easily, you may find yourself in a situation where you need to check how that person really did hurt themselves in the way they are claiming or did that accident really did happen in the way people are reporting.
Find out how to reduce the H&S and commercial risk in manufacturing and how to minimise disruption and damage in your supply chain. Hear from Himmat Rai, a Health & Safety Professional from Sentinel Safety, about how CCTV is important in the workplace and how it makes Health & Safety Compliance that much easier.
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