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MSSI: Top 3 Tips to a Secure Construction Site

Posted by Miles Duncil on Wed, Jan 15, 2020

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MSSI: Top 3 Tips to a Secure Construction Site

Experienced project managers and construction site supervisors know the importance of keeping a safe and secure construction site. A secure construction site perimeter can mean the difference between construction project that is completed on time and under budget verses a drawn out, over budget project that falls short of meeting its completion date. 

Construction equipment theft and loss of time due to delays costs American construction companies nearly $1 billion every year. Construction managers, planners, and project management need to work on preventing these losses at every step of the construction process, start to finish. 

In most cases, a minimal investment in perimeter security can help prevent these losses and avoid theft on the jobsite. Working with knowledgeable professionals is essential when trying to properly secure your construction projects. In this week’s edition of the Turnstile blog we'd like to take a look at the top 3 key elements required to keep your construction site secure. 

 Our Top 3 Tips for Construction Site Security:
 
1. Fences
This should be a given. Fences are the first line of defense when it comes to keeping your construction site secure from intrusion and preventing theft. A fence can provide both a physical and visual deterrent for thieves and prevent the public from accidentally wandering onto your construction site. Durable chain link fencing is not only a great idea but it's also easy to put up and tear down.
If you don’t have the time or energy to install this fencing on your own, hiring professional temporary fence installers is your best bet to a secure perimeter. They will have the expertise needed to ensure the temporary fence is installed correctly and will effectively secure your construction site.
 2. Gates for Foot & Vehicle Traffic
Now that you've got the perimeter protected with fencing, it's important to provide gates for workers and deliveries of critical tools and equipment to your construction site. Gates on construction sites can take a number of sizes, shapes, and forms. The most effective way to provide easy access for workers and deliveries to your site while also preventing access to unauthorized individuals is through the use of turnstiles, vehicle gates, and access control technologies. 

By providing turnstiles and vehicle gates with access control technology integrated into your security plan, you not only gain an added level of security in physical form, but also in visual form. Thieves and intruders are often deterred by the sight of a turnstile or vehicle gate.

3. Access Control Technology

Access control technology can provide security, time-keeping/payroll data, and be tied into existing security infrastructure or act as a stand-alone solution specific to a gate or entrance to your site. Many different types of access control technology have been developed over the past few decades. Access control solutions from as simple as magnetic card swipes, RFID readers, all the way to more complex hand geometry reader and iris scanning solutions can be used to create a secure perimeter for your construction site.

Products provided by Modular Security Systems Inc. (MSSI) like the patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal can tick two of the three boxes on the above list on any construction site.

MSSI has worked with construction companies on projects large and small around the world to successfully secure their perimeters. Complete with turnstiles, vehicle gates, climate-controlled guard offices, and the access control technology of the customer’s choosing, MSSI has provided turn-key perimeter security solutions to keep numerous construction sites safe and secure. 

For more information on Modular Security Systems Inc. and all of our perimeter security solutions CONTACT US HERE or call us at 740.532.7822. 

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The Importance of Perimeter Security on Construction Projects

Posted by Miles Duncil on Fri, Dec 27, 2019

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The Importance of Perimeter Security on Construction Projects

Modular Security Systems Inc. (MSSI) and the patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal has been used to secure the perimeter of ports, mines, construction projects, military installations, and government facilities around the world. From power plants in the US to pipeline construction in Kazakhstan, from the oil sands in Northwestern Canada to copper mines in the mountains of Chile, our patented perimeter security products have been utilized for a wide range of sites.

There is an ever-growing importance for perimeter security on commercial and industrial construction sites across the U.S. and around the world. Security on construction sites has become a fundamental component of a successful construction project that is completed on time and under budget. The purpose of perimeter security is to ensure that access to specified areas is limited to authorized personnel only. Depending on the size of your construction project there is a need for perimeter security complete with easily accessible gates that are integrated with access control, turnstiles, and climate-controlled guard offices.

All of our perimeter security products are designed, engineered, manufactured for easy installation, and built for years of reliable service. Our perimeter security turnstiles were created by incorporating full-height turnstiles into a shipping container with portable access control technologies like card readers, biometric readers, or RFID cards and can be used as a standalone access control system or be tied directly into an existing plant-wide access control system.

The MAC Portal can be delivered within 6-8 weeks from receipt of a purchase order. Built fully integrated with any type of site-specified access control technology, these portable perimeter security solutions with turnstiles offer the perfect solution for both temporary and permanent installations.

For more information on Modular Security Systems Inc., our Patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal, and all of our Portable Perimeter Security Solutions CONTACT US HERE or call us at 740.532.7822.

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Vehicle Gates, Turnstiles, Access Control, and Guard Houses from MSSI

Posted by Miles Duncil on Fri, Dec 13, 2019

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Vehicle Gates, Turnstiles, Access Control, and Guard Houses from MSSI

Modular Security Systems Inc. (MSSI) has been providing security products to major industrial and commercial construction companies, the US Military, and various other clients since 2005. The products we offer deny/allow entry to protected areas, provide minute-by-minute reporting via access control technologies, and eliminate the habit of "buddy-punching" on job sites with high-security, full-height turnstiles. Security technologies such as guard houses, access control, turnstiles, and vehicle barrier gates have been utilized in our products to protect and secure job sites and military installations around the world. Our mission is to become the recognized leader in providing portable perimeter security products to secure industrial and commercial construction projects as well as military-based solutions for the security of both civilian and military citizens both at home and abroad. We continue to add new products to our portable security solution line to meet the ever-changing security needs of our customers. 

Our Products include:

Patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portals

The Patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal is a portable perimeter security solution utilizing the portability of the ISO shipping container and full-height, high-security turnstiles, access control technology, and climate-controlled guard offices. Working with our customers’ site-specific needs we have been able to create patented MAC Portals with a range of the number of turnstile lanes, different office sizes, and a variety of climate control packages (we have packages to meet any climate). 

Patented Vehicle Access Control (VAC) Portals

The Patented Vehicle Access Control (VAC) Portal is a portable perimeter security solution that combines the portability of the ISO shipping container modifications, a steel base, vehicle barrier gates, access control technology, and climate-controlled guard offices. Based on our customers’ site-specific needs we have been able to create many different variations of our patented VAC Portals with one or more vehicle barrier gates, multiple office sizes – and even a solar power option. 

Portable Guard Houses

Our portable guard booths and offices come in different sizes, with multiple climate control options that can be augmented to meet your site-specific climate needs. 

MSSI will continue to provide the highest quality portable perimeter security products you need when and where you need them. Delivered turn-key ready, our security solutions can be setup and put in use within minutes to hours from delivery.

For more information on MSSI and our portable perimeter security solutions CONTACT US HERE or call us at 740.532.7822.

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Access Control and Turnstiles from Modular Security Systems Inc.

Posted by Miles Duncil on Wed, Dec 11, 2019

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From the beginning of time through today, there has been and will continue to be a need to limit accessibility to some places for some people. Since the 1960s, access control technology has been utilized to add or restrict entrances and to track people coming and going, and to do so in a wide range of manners. In the not-so-prehistoric early days of access control technology, a simple keypad was used to restrict certain areas. Shortly thereafter, RFID or simple magnetic swipe cards came into use.

In order to meet the needs of modern day access control and perimeter security access control, technology has evolved into tools that allow you to create many layers of protection that can adapt to any security concerns – whether you are at a bank, a military base, or a major industrial or commercial construction site. That evolution and the ever-changing security concerns give reason as to why access control technology today has been developed to allow security professionals to update and maintain their chosen security solution(s) with just a few clicks on a keyboard or with a mouse.

Using biometric access control hardware that ties into access control software, security pros can keep all of their security solutions up to date, management can revise access control lists, times and attendance for payroll purposes, and grant a wide range of authorization levels for individuals quickly and easily – within just a few seconds. 

The access control technologies that involve biometric parameters don't require someone to keep track of a card, badge or PIN number. By scanning someone’s fingerprint, hand, the veins in their hand, their eyes, or even their face using facial recognition devices, the access control technologies available use identifiers that can't easily be lost or left on the kitchen counter at the house. 

These access control technologies and software solutions can perform tasks above and beyond simply granting access of an individual into a room. They can also help track an individual’s history of activity, create alerts if a door or gate is left open, and in the case of an emergency such as a fire, unlock to allow escape. 

Not only does today's access control technology give you peace of mind knowing the harvest won't be raided by the next village over, but it's also friendly to your pocketbook and can help save security-minded folks a lot of time and money. Unlike more traditional modes of perimeter security, modern day access control technologies can not only prevent theft, but can also help track employees for time and attendance – and can be installed at a fraction of the cost of building a 10’ perimeter wall of concrete block. Access control technologies today are so easy to update and maintain that they can give customers a fantastic return on their investment.

Modular Security Systems Inc.(MSSI) is at the forefront of portable perimeter security solutions using a wide range of access control technology and shipping container modifications. For more information on MSSI and all of our access control options, CONTACT US HERE or call at 740.532.7822. 

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Access Control and Turnstiles in a Turn-Key Security Solution

Posted by Miles Duncil on Wed, Oct 16, 2019

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Access Control and Turnstiles in a Turn-Key Security Solution

Some Modular Security Systems Inc. (MSSI) customers prefer to have access control hardware and software pre-installed prior to the delivery of their patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal. The ability to have card readers and biometric access control solutions already installed and ready to "plug and play" makes the patented MAC Portal the most flexible security solution with turnstiles and a guard office. Depending on your site-specific security requirements, the MAC Portal can come delivered with access control ready to be integrated into your existing access control infrastructure or act as a stand-alone unit.

At MSSI we get calls daily regarding custom access control options that can be integrated into our Patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portals. In addition to access control technology, MSSI has installed any number of other features including cold/extreme heat weather packages, exterior siding, restrooms, and ballistic packages to our MAC Portals.

When it comes to a portable perimeter security solution with turnstiles and access control technology, the patented MAC Portal is the most customizable, easily transportable solution in the security industry.

Traditional stick built guard houses with turnstiles and access control technology can take months if not years to design, engineer, build, and integrate. In comparison, MSSI can build and deliver a turn-key, ready to use MAC Portal with turnstiles and access control technology in as little as six weeks.

For more information on Modular Security Systems Inc. and the patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal rental program CONTACT US HERE or call us at 740.532.7822.

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MSSI: Access Control Turnstiles and the Key to Perimeter Security

Posted by Miles Duncil on Wed, Dec 5, 2018

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MSSI: Access Control Turnstiles and the Key to Perimeter Security

There are a number of different ways and solutions to controlling access to your construction sites. Regardless of whether you have an industrial or a commercial construction site, you can enforce access control through the use of security personnel or with a physical device like a fence and a turnstile with access control technology. Fences act as a physical barrier, whereas the turnstile with access control is there to allow authorized individuals onto the site while preventing unauthorized individuals from entering at the same time. While physical access control can be achieved by having a guard physically onsite at all times, the turnstile with access control can provide almost the same level of security without having to provide space for a guard to perform their duties. 

When it comes to physical security and access control it's all about who, where, and when an individual is authorized to be. An access control system with turnstiles determines who is allowed to enter or exit, where they are allowed to exit or enter, and when they are allowed to enter or exit. For the most part a turnstile with access control technology acts as a locked door that only allows entry to those with a key to said door. 

The key to a perimeter security solution that works best for you and your particular situation depends on you and your jobsite’s specifics. Our staff at Modular Security Systems Inc. has the expertise you need to discuss and work through your particular jobsite’s security requirements, and we encourage you to contact us to further discuss your concerns. 

For more information on perimeter security and how Modular Security Systems Inc. can help you secure your site, CONTACT US HERE or call 740.532.7822.

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MSSI: 4 Perimeter Security Solutions to Depend On

Posted by Miles Duncil on Thu, Jan 25, 2018

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4 Perimeter Security Solutions to Depend On

Perimeter security is a critical component for modern industrial and commercial construction projects, and is among the most cost-effective ways to assure your construction projects are completed on time and on budget. 

Due to the highly critical nature and value of perimeter security solutions, we'd like to use this week’s Turnstile Blog to illustrate the 4 most cost-effective security solutions construction projects can depend on.

1) Fences

A fence is a simple and cost-effective way to create a visual and physical deterrent for intruders on any construction site.

2) Turnstiles

When you want to keep the wrong people out and allow the right people in, a turnstile is the best ancillary component to a perimeter security plan.

3) Vehicle Barrier Gates

Vehicle barrier gates like fences and turnstiles work as deterrents for intruders but allow easy access for deliveries and shipments to enter your jobsite.

4) Access Control Technology

Access control technology in the form of hardware and software are the perfect add-on to any perimeter security solution. Perfect for security as well as reporting and time-keeping, some access control technologies can also work with payroll functions.

According to the National Equipment Register, $300 million to $1 billion in equipment is stolen from construction sites every year in the United States alone. The cost of implementing a perimeter security solution can be easily justified by the savings, since the perimeter security solution helps prevent the loss of manhours, time, tools, and equipment on an unsecure site. 

Modular Security Systems Inc.(MSSI) is at the forefront of portable perimeter security solutions using a wide range of access control technology and shipping container modifications. For more information on MSSI and all of our access control options, CONTACT US HERE or call at 740.532.7822.  

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Modular Security Systems Inc. & the History of Access Control Technology

Posted by Miles Duncil on Thu, Nov 9, 2017

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Access control is nothing new. Access control has been in use to help protect people and their property since the first caveman blocked the entrance of the cave in which his family slept. The situations in which access control technology have been used throughout human history, as anyone who dares to ponder can see, are wide-ranging and all-encompassing. Whether it was a big stone or piece of wood to block an entrance to a cave, a drawbridge or moat around a castle, or tall “walls” made of trees sharpened like pencils surrounding a fort, each access control technology solution of its time was implemented to protect people and their things. 

From the beginning of time through today, there has been and will continue to be a need to limit accessibility to some places for some people. 

So, what makes today's access control technology so much different than that first stone used to "close the door" on that cave? 

Well... much like that stone, today’s electronic access control solutions give security-minded folks the ability to restrict access to certain locations for individuals – but without all the heavy lifting. 

Since the 1960s, access control technology has been utilized to add or restrict entrances and to track people coming and going, and to do so in a wide range of manners. In the not-so-prehistoric early days of access control technology, a simple keypad was used to restrict certain areas. Shortly thereafter, RFID or simple magnetic swipe cards came into use. While there is now a wide range of biometric access control technologies available, magnetic swipe cards are still in use today.

Unlike that fort with the “spikey tree walls” one level of defense is no longer up to par for today's security standards. In order to meet the needs of modern day access control and perimeter security access control, technology has evolved into tools that allow you to create many layers of protection that can adapt to any security concerns – whether you are at a bank, a military base, or a major industrial or commercial construction site. That evolution and the ever-changing security concerns give reason as to why access control technology today has been developed to allow security professionals to update and maintain their chosen security solution(s) with just a few clicks on a keyboard or with a mouse.

Using biometric access control hardware that ties into access control software, security pros can keep all of their security solutions up to date, management can revise access control lists, times and attendance for payroll purposes, and grant a wide range of authorization levels for individuals quickly and easily – within just a few seconds. 

The access control technologies that involve biometric parameters don't require someone to keep track of a card, badge or PIN number. By scanning someone’s fingerprint, hand, the veins in their hand, their eyes, or even their face using facial recognition devices, the access control technologies available use identifiers that can't easily be lost or left on the kitchen counter at the house. 

These access control technologies and software solutions can perform tasks above and beyond simply granting access of an individual into a room. They can also help track an individual’s history of activity, create alerts if a door or gate is left open, and in the case of an emergency such as a fire, unlock to allow escape. 

Not only does today's access control technology give you peace of mind knowing the harvest won't be raided by the next village over, but it's also friendly to your pocketbook and can help save security-minded folks a lot of time and money. Unlike more traditional modes of perimeter security, modern day access control technologies can not only prevent theft, but can also help track employees for time and attendance – and can be installed at a fraction of the cost of building a 10’ perimeter wall of sharpened spikey trees. Access control technologies today are so easy to update and maintain that they can give customers a fantastic return on their investment.

Modular Security Systems Inc.(MSSI) is at the forefront of portable perimeter security solutions using a wide range of access control technology and shipping container modifications. For more information on MSSI and all of our access control options, CONTACT US HERE or call at 740.532.7822. 

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MSSI: 5 Security Solutions to Consider for Your Construction Project

Posted by Miles Duncil on Thu, Oct 5, 2017

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5 Security Solutions to Consider for Your Construction Project
It is estimated that over $1 billion is lost or stolen from construction sites around the United States each year. Through the loss of equipment, tools, and stolen time, thieves are able to cost construction sites on countless construction projects – from the smallest residential sites to major industrial and commercial construction projects. 

This theft of equipment, tools, and man hours is of the utmost concern to all of us here at Modular Security Systems Inc. and to our customers in the construction industry. Traditionally thieves have considered construction projects “easy” targets when compared to more obvious robbery targets like banks, convenient stores, and gas stations. Many major construction projects are in open areas, in remote locations, and do not have the essential security of walls, fences, and/or people on watch 24 hours a day. The lack of 24 hour security and no local law within sight often means criminals can easily walk away with tools and equipment with little to no way to track the items they've stolen. 

Here is where Modular Security Systems Inc. finds its niche. 

By utilizing the proper security on your construction site, you can be assured no criminal will so easily walk away with the tools and equipment you need to get your job completed on time and under budget. In this week’s edition of the Turnstile Blog, we'd like to take a look at five of the most essential construction site security solutions you should be using.

1) FENCES, LOCKS, AND SIGNS

This one might seem like a "duh" kind of suggestion, but believe it or not many construction sites don't even implement the use of fences and locks to keep unwanted people from entering the job site. Fences that surround a construction site aren't all that expensive and can be rented from a number of vendors around the U.S. Not only are they are a physical deterrent, but with the right signage, site managers can deter criminals who won't take the chance of climbing a fence or ignoring the "smile you’re on camera" sign. 

2) TURNSTILES

Have you ever walked right onto a construction project without even being approached by a security guard or having to pass through a secure turnstile or access point? No? Well, criminals have and do. Undeterred by an opening in a fence line and without having to produce identification granting them access to a construction site, criminals enter and exit construction sites everyday just "under the radar" and often walk away with thousands of dollars’ worth of tools and equipment. By utilizing turnstiles as security gates, construction sites around the U.S. are keeping their job sites safe from being entered by individuals who are out looking for stuff to steal. 

3) VEHICLE BARRIER GATES

Without the most basic of vehicle barriers to deter vehicles from easily entering and exiting a job site, criminals can simply enter your site, load up their trucks with equipment and tools, and drive away. By installing a working vehicle barrier gate that can either be manned by a security guard or equipped with a camera and access control technology, construction site managers are able to save themselves lots of headache and worries due to theft, and due to the loss of time and money associated with trying to replace stolen items. 

4) ACCESS CONTROL TECHNOLOGY

Access control technology? What's that? Access control technology can come in a wide range of hardware and software solutions. From the tracking of employees for time and attendance to the tracking of tools and equipment that can easily be tagged with RFID chips, access control technology can not only prevent theft but also help in the incarceration of thieves who are "brave" enough actually steal your stuff! While the type of access control technology you select for your specific job site can vary from one job to another depending on the size and scope of your project, we believe it’s been proven time and time again that no construction site security solution is complete without the implementation of some type of access control technology. 

5)GUARD HOUSES

Understandably, not all construction project managers are willing to depend on access control, fences, turnstiles, and vehicles alone for the security of their construction site. Some site managers want to provide the actual physical presence of security guards at their site. Guard houses, guard booths, and guard offices make the perfect place for security professionals to do what they do. Climate-controlled and keeping guards out of the elements when necessary, guard houses may be equipped with access control technology, cameras, counter space, and any other security site requirement that a security guards need to keep construction projects safe and secure 24 hours a day. 

For more information on Modular Security Systems Inc. and to learn how we can help you keep your job site secure, CONTACT US HERE or call us at 740.532.7822.

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Turn-Key Access Control Turnstiles for Construction Projects

Posted by Miles Duncil on Thu, Sep 14, 2017

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Turn-Key Access Control Turnstiles for Construction Projects

Nowadays perimeter security solutions are becoming more cost-effective, and they accomplish a lot more than simply keeping out intruders. Modular Security Systems Inc. (MSSI) works with customers to equip them and their construction projects with the patented Modular Access Control (MAC) that is fully integrated with top of the line access control technologies that tie into their site’s existing security plan or act as stand-alone systems. 

The patented MAC Portal can also be custom built utilizing a variety of other building materials. The MAC Portal installs quickly and easily, and because its shape is a standard container size, MSSI can transport the MAC Portal anywhere a semi-truck or cargo ship can go.

The Patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal offers many benefits:

§  Site Security or Time and Attendance

§  No Capital Investment

§  Immediate Delivery To Your Site

§  Short and Long Term Rental Rates

§  Proximity Card Readers Installed

§  No Permitting Required

§  Reduce Theft and Buddy Punching

§  Maintenance Included

§  Corporate Fleet Plans Available

§  Delivery and Pickup Provided

§  No Construction Required

§  Monthly Rental Extensions

Maintaining control of construction operations means creating an environment where high-risk activities can be executed without an increased danger to the public. It also helps prevent unauthorized access by the general public by providing suitable physical barriers at key construction area access points. That's where the MAC Portal comes into play. 

The patented MAC Portal is the epitome of functionality and security, because it can be integrated with any commercially available access control system to generate reports, track workers’ time, prevent tool theft, and issue payroll records when required.

Wherever there is a need for turnstile security, MSSI is able to provide custom floorplans and options to meet your security needs. Available either with or without climate-controlled guard offices, the MAC® Portal can be built to suit your site-specific security concerns. Turn-key and easily deliverable to any site worldwide, the MAC Portal (like all perimeter security solutions from MSSI) can be installed and put to use within minutes of delivery to your project or facility. Our wide range of turnstile options have made Modular Security Systems Inc. the one-stop shop for security-minded customers in the military, and in industrial and commercial construction industries.

For more information on Modular Security Systems Inc. and the Patented Modular Access Control (MAC) Portal CONTACT US HERE or call us at 740.532.7822. 

 

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