Industrial Security Services

Industrial Security Services Twin City Security has been providing our clients with industrial security services that exceed their expectations - and industry standards - for over 40 years. We understand that industrial facilities often face unique safety and security challenges because of hazardous materials, valuable inventory, federal regulations, and more. Whether you have a manufacturing facility, warehouse, plant, or other industrial facility, we have the experience to ensure the highest standard in safety and security.

We begin with an in-depth survey of your site and current safety and security procedures, discussing your needs and preferences. We design training programs, manuals, procedures, and industrial security services fully customized to the unique qualities of your facility.

We assign officers to your facility who are highly screened and specially trained in industrial security services. We ensure that your facility meets or exceeds security standards, and customize our services based on the requirements of your facility and organization.

Twin City Security designs a unique set of industrial security services for each one of our industrial clients. Here are a few services you can expect our highly trained industrial security professionals to provide:

Customized Fire/Safety/Security Programs

  • Site surveys

  • Daily Reports of activities

  • Coordination with police and fire departments

  • Controlled Access for Visitors, Vendors, and Suppliers

Perimeter protection- the first line of defense

  • Patrols conducted at irregular intervals

  • Truck dock and front gate protection, perimeter inspections

  • Egress and Ingress controls

  • Safety violations

  • Signs of forced or unforced entry

  • Trucks seals, vandalism, lighting

Uninterrupted Business Emergency Planning

  • Immediate response to security/safety issues and alarms

  • CCTV monitoring

  • Proactive (not passive) involvement in facility safety/security

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  • Disaster planning and emergency preparedness

  • Trailer Seals, In-transit shipments

  • Safety and security in the dock area

  • Cargo security

  • Scrap escorts for audited disposal

Safety and Fire Protection

  • Confined Space Rescue

  • Hazardous materials recognition

  • Containment of spills and clean-up

  • First aid, CPR, first responder, paramedic

  • P.I.V. (Post Indicator Valve) checks

  • Fire Extinguisher inspections

  • Structural or incipient fire fighting

Standards of appearance, behavior, and responsibilities

  • Abide by facility rules and regulations

  • Legal aspects

  • Communications

Other

  • Lighting

  • Alarm

  • HVAC monitoring

  • Sprinkler systems

  • Extreme weather

  • Bomb threats, package inspection