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Manufacturing & Industrial
Specialized Training   Why AlliedBarton?  

Industrial Security Solutions

Enhanced On-Site Safety

Whether it’s a multi-site, multi-state operation or a small company needing one or two officers, AlliedBarton knows the issues and responds. Our decades of experience, plus our role as a corporate sustaining member with the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) enables us to handle industrial security concerns like:
  • Access Control
  • Asset Protection
  • OSHA & Hazmat Guidelines
  • First Aid/CPR/AED
  • Foot Patrols
  • Identification of Unsafe Circumstances
  • Equipment Monitoring
  • Establishment of Performance Metrics
Security Resource Center
Manufacturing Brochure

Is Your Plant or Factory Secure?

Meeting industrial and manufacturing security needs
Emergency Hotlines

How to Monitor Multiple Warehouses 24/7

Combining remote monitoring and patroling services
Balancing Quality with Cost

Balancing Quality with Cost

Tips on procuring a quality security program
Manufacturing and Industrial Security

Manufacturing and Industrial Security

5 critical considerations for selecting a security program
15000 Security Officers, 3000 Sites Protected, 215000 Training Courses Completed
Jeff Johnson

See How AlliedBarton's Focus Benefits Our Customers

Jeff Johnson, Vice President, National Product Manager for Jones Lang LaSalle, partners with AlliedBarton at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry to provide an ambassador approach to security. Johnson's positive experience with security officers like Tom Krzeminski demonstrates AlliedBarton's friendly and inviting approach to the Museum’s security program. AlliedBarton's focus on its people empowers security officers to take responsibility for the success of their posts. This success translates into customer satisfaction and a secure environment.
Bob Chartier

Bob Chartier

Vice President, Manufacturing & Industrial

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Blog Post

Trends and Data Validate Security Strategy

Each year, security directors struggle to increase budgets, even when there is an enhanced need for security. Often, we see security services take a back seat to other business needs because decision-makers fail to see the value in making security enhancements.
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