As 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.
Remote monitoring is a cost-effective business security service.
At a remote monitoring station, like the AWSS Observatory, trained and highly-skilled security professionals monitor alarms from sites 24/7, 365 days a year. When an alarm is raised at a site, they will immediately investigate the cause. If suspicious activity is identified they will call the client, keyholders and relevant emergency services.
As a result, security systems such as CCTV become instrumental in stopping incidents as they happen, as oppose to footage only being used for evidential purposes – once the damage has been done.
With remote monitoring, a supply chain’s security will benefit from:
The security measures a warehouse requires will be dependent on the goods it stores, its location and the access individuals require.
As an example, a warehouse could contain a particularly precious cargo stored in one specific area. That area could be cordoned off with lasers, that are activated at all times unless someone with permission enters a code or is visually verified by AWSS. If those lasers are broken at any time, an alarm can be raised and sent to AWSS.
With Farsight Security Services your logistics and supply chain security will benefit from remote monitoring from a market-leader that sets standards beyond the industry average. Dedicated to innovation, Farsight will always strive to provide cutting-edge services that keep your security optimised when you need it most.