Onsite Security solutions for Oilfield and Industrial
securing alberta's energy
Security Services Group (SSG) has provided security to our oilfied and industrial clients throughout Alberta. We go where our clients go for there project, and SSG develops a site specific security solution for ongoing project security to completion. SSG uses latest technology in video surveillance to detect intrusions and site breaches, and act deal with the incident accordingly. SSG has experience in working in areas with no power, rough terrain, and extreme wheather, we go where our client go, Secure what matters.
Onsite Security Solutions
Alberta oilfield activity is spread out throughout its North Eastern and North Western regions, and company’s operation in these regions have assets and facilities scattered throughout the region likewise. The continuity of operations in essential for the oilfield and industrial industry, SSG helps clients with such operations secure there facilities and assets through onsite security solutions and cctv monitoring and thermal detection solutions. SSG develops the best security solution based on site specifics and response time from security and law enforcement agencies. Below are the past services SSG has provided to our clients in Oilfield and Industrial sector.
Mobile security enforecement
SSG has patrolled some of the most remote and difficult to reach facilities in Alberta. SSG understands that security is essential for the facilities, and the damages caused by vandalism and theft causes thousands of dollars of damages to the clients and lost work hours to the workers. SSG can help clients secure there facilities to minimize the damages. Most oilfield facilities in Alberta have very low to minimum security barriers and security incidents are high, SSG marked security patrols and alarm response can create more security presence for your facility, and affects of vandalism and thefts can be reduced and eliminated
- Pipeline patrols and facility Inspections
- Private property/road enforcement
- Physical and Visual Inspections
- Thermal Inspection from the vehcile
- Contractor Escorts and access
- Traffic documentation
Having an onsite guard or patrol services is not always the best solution for all sites. Combine onsite security with monitoring services and live operators, clients can maximize there site security and create and more secure and safe work environment. To minimize costs and still having the ability for security to communicate with the site, clients choose remote site cctv monitoring services with alarm and lighting deterrents. SSG supplies and install equipment from industry leaders with cutting edge technology and high end hardware capabilities
- Equipment supply and installation
- Ongoing maintenance and service
- 24/7 monitoring services
- After Hour Suveillance and Response
- Daily monitoring reports (optional data collection)
- All Surveillance Data backedup and Managed
- Remote Site Solar / Satellite
Self Sufficient Security Posts
We provide full self-sufficient guard shacks for our road blocks, access control, road monitoring, and other remote operations. Our security trailers are equipped with cell phone booster, satellite phones, complete signage with safety equipments, and enough fuel and generator backup. Our posts can stay self-sufficient for 14 Days.
Wildlife Watch & Patrol
SSG provides wild life patrol and detection in remote camps sites and worksites in Northern Alberta. Our Vehicles are equiped with thermal and night vision cameras and our officers can detect wildlifew in pitch dark.
SSG is in process of obtaining a COR with ACSA. SSG's current Safety Programs are in compliance with ACSA, and we can provide a temporary COR Letter from ACSA..
Under Process. No current information.
SSG is a member of ISN, a third party safety compliance company. Please contact your ISN contact to connect with SSG ISN account.
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