10 Reasons To Choose Our Construction Site Security
Construction Site Security
10 Reasons To Choose Our Construction Site Security
11 Oct 2021

All Time Security Ltd believes we offer unbeatable security for construction sites and building services. Here’s just 10 reasons to choose our services in 2022:

  1. Every construction security guard we employ has extensive experience. They are therefore able to handle a variety of situations.
  2. They will wear uniforms and have protective clothing, like high visibility jackets and hard hats, when working on site.
  3. All our site security guards are SIA licenced along with CRB Checked.
  4. They are also vetted in detail before being taken on.
  5. Our construction site security can be booked even at short notice, making them ideal for times like the Christmas holidays.
  6. You can also contact us in any emergency at any time of year.
  7. All Time Security Ltd offer highly competitive rates and you won’t have to be locked into a long-term contract.
  8. Every night, security guards will use a clocking-on machine which records where they patrol.
  9. Should any incident arise, whether security or health and safety related, we will immediately dispatch a response unit.
  10. All Time Security Ltd can also offer a range of other security services to ensure your construction site is completely secure.

If you need construction site security in the South East, discover more reasons to choose All Time Security Ltd today.

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Our services range from Manned Guarding, Door Supervision, Close protection, Event security, Alarm Response & Key Holding, CCTV Monitoring, Foot and Mobile surveillance. Retail and Commercial security, corporate security, Building & Construction site Guards, Hotel and Office Reception security.

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