infrastructure security

Energy and Chemical Security

Ensuring the security of energy supplies and chemical facilities is essential for long-term growth and stability

The energy, chemical and petrochemical industries face ever-increasing security challenges, including compliance with federal security and safety regulations, maintaining safety records, developing emergency and disaster plans and protecting intellectual property.

Organizations that take a broad approach to the challenge of securing high-risk infrastructure and critical assets are better able to provide a stable, confident environment in which their businesses and communities can thrive.

G4S specializes in developing security solutions that address the specific needs of this complex industry with cost-effective programs that not only ensure long-term compliance with regulatory requirements but also bring value-added benefits to your business.

Our solutions include:

  • Corporate Risk Services that combat internal and external threats to your workplace, operations and research and development programs
  • Security Technology Integration solutions that include incident reporting platforms, access control, facility management and remote guarding systems, alarm monitoring and response capabilities 
  • Symmetry™ Security Management System solutions that deliver access control, identity, visitor and video management, alarm handling, mobile applications and policy based solutions for compliance reporting
  • Consulting Services that assist with government regulation requirements, including Security Vulnerability Assessments, Site Security Plans 
  • Security Personnel consistently ranked the best in the security business who are specifically selected and trained to work in the energy, chemical and petrochemical environment

Today's world has more risk than ever, and G4S has more ways to protect you.

For more information about G4S' comprehensive security solutions for the energy, chemical and pretrochemical industries, call (800) 275-8305.

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