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Manufacturing & Industrial Security
Manufacturing & Industrial
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Enhanced On-site Safety   

Manufacturing & Industrial Security Solutions

Keeping Plants and Factories Safe

Today’s security managers must balance safety and security with ever-tightening budgets, a strict regulatory environment and continuously increasing areas of responsibility. But all security programs are not the same. You want a security provider who can deliver a fully integrated security program that contributes to your facility’s safety and also adds value based on your specific goals.

A Superior Security Provider and Safety Partner

To work at your manufacturing and industrial site, you need security officers who are trained not only to recognize safety hazards, but to respond by taking appropriate action. With our outstanding corporate safety record, AlliedBarton is your total plant safety partner, combining superior security officers and managers with comprehensive safety programs. We further augment our service delivery with a wide range of available technology solutions, such as real-time incident reporting, crime statistics reporting, mass communication applications, remote video monitoring services and visitor management systems, to provide a security and safety solution tailored for your needs. As a corporate sustaining member of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), AlliedBarton understands the complexities of protecting the lives and assets in a heavily regulated industry. With knowledge of DHS requirements, AlliedBarton can help you stay in compliance with TWIC and CFATS as well as environmental preventative mandates.

Derive Added Value from Your Security Partner

The skillsets of today’s security officers go far beyond traditional manned guarding. Yet, many manufacturing and industrial companies outsource tasks to other vendors that their security provider could be handling.

At AlliedBarton, we recruit security officers with the right traits and then give them the training they need to be skilled, competent and consistent so they can take ownership of their duties. Our security officers offer additional value by taking on responsibilities for other duties, such as:
  • Distributing mail and packages 
  • Fire extinguisher checks
  • Handling visitor reception, sign-ins and badging
  • Credentialing employees
  • Escorting visitors
  • Peforming lighting inspections
  • Conducting job safety analyses (JSAs) relevant to their duties
  • Managing emergency and weather-related preparedness planning
  • Supporting loss-prevention, including employee or visitor searches

Read more about our experience providing enhanced, on-site safety in manufacturing and industrial facilities.
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          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

          Manufacturing Security: The Right Resources for the Right Reasons

          There is not a one-size-fits-all approach to the specialized safety and security needs of the manufacturing and industrial sector, and maintaining cost efficiencies while meeting regulatory compliance can be especially challenging.
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