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The Ultimate Job Site Safety and Security Toolkit

WCCTV, the USA's leading provider of managed surveillance cameras for construction job site security, presents its Ultimate Job Site Security and Safety Toolkit - a range of free to download guides. 

Our security experts have over 20 years of experience in protecting remote and temporary job sites, and they are supporting some of the highest-profile build projects across the US.

When the team isn't busy installing our market-leading mobile surveillance cameras, they channel their vast experience into creating a range of best practice guides that help organizations boost security and worker safety.

The best of these guides have been complied below as completely free downloads to assist construction sites of any size or scale.

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Security Resources:

1. A Comprehensive Guide to Construction Site Security

Theft from construction sites is so widespread that the National Equipment Register (NER) and National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) estimate that the industry loses between $300m and $1b every year.

WCCTV has created its Comprehensive Guide to Construction Site Security in response to these shocking statistics. The guide is designed to give site managers a step-by-step process for securing construction job sites, from ground-breaking to client handover.

The information contained in this guide can help construction companies reduce losses attributed to crime, whether that is monetary losses from vandalism or equipment theft or the costs of project delays.

Download it below:

A Comprehensive Guide to Construction Site Security

2. The Ultimate Site Security Checklist

With the price of construction materials continually rising and many of these items easy to resell, your job sites are a prime target for organized and opportunist theft. 

At WCCTV, we know that Video Surveillance Cameras are the most effective way of securing your sites, but there are many other ways to tighten your security.

Our Ultimate Construction Job Site Security Checklist highlights the most crucial security aspects you need to cover to close the gaps in your security processes.

The checklist is embedded below and available to download as a PDF to print and/or share among your team.


3. Physical Security Risk Assessment Template 

The first and most crucial part of any physical security response is undertaking a risk assessment. 

Performing a risk assessment on your sites will help identify the types of threats you will face, the likelihood of an incident, and the impact of a security breach on your business.

At WCCTV,  we're aware that many construction project managers will not have vast experience performing a security risk assessment, so we have created our free-to-download template to get you started. 

The template can be adapted and edited to match your site, and our team is on hand to provide you with any guidance on how best to secure your premises.

Download Our Free Risk Assessment Template

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Safety Resources:

1. How Safe is Your Job Site? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Construction sites remain one of the most dangerous working environments, with thousands of injuries occurring in construction zones each year. Sadly, many of these accidents could have been avoided.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 1,102 fatal injuries in the construction industry in 2019, 20% of all workplace fatalities in the US. Considering that only 6% of the US labor force works in construction is a highly disproportionate number of fatalities.

WCCTV's recently published infographic, shown below, highlights the most common accidents that occur in construction and offers ways to mitigate them. 

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2. How to Control Site Safety

Responsibility for workers and contractor safety is everyone's responsibility, but the ultimate liability sites with company owners and site managers.

Ensuring a safe working environment begins with controlling and mitigating health and safety risks, promoting a culture of safety, and communicating your site rules clearly and consistently.

WCCTV's guide to controlling site safety focuses on the practical ways you can improve site safety, reduce injuries, and improve communication across your worksites. 

Our background experience comes from working daily on constructions sites, installing, and maintaining surveillance cameras for the last 21 years. 

Read more below:

How to Control Site Safety Risks


3. How Mobile Surveillance Cameras Boost Site Safety

Video surveillance cameras, such as those supplied by WCCTV, are typically known for their benefits in improving site security.

However, being able to remotely access live and archived video footage provides construction companies with a unique overview of on-site activity.

This overview can help identify hazards in real-time, review working practices, monitor site access, and ensure all regulations are adhered to. 

Click the link below to learn how surveillance cameras offer a different view of construction site safety.

Surveillance Cameras for Job Site Safety

WCCTV - Managed Surveillance Cameras for Construction Job Sites

WCCTV is the USA's leading supplier of fully managed mobile surveillance cameras for construction job sites.

We can provide our market-leading surveillance technology with a comprehensive service that includes equipment installation, video monitoring, maintenance, and ongoing technical support.

Our cameras provide multi-application benefits, including security, Time Lapse Video filming, and remote project management.

We can provide our security cameras whether you have on-site power or not, whether you have mounting poles for the cameras, and they all contain 4G LTE transmission. So they are completely autonomous solutions.

We have a solution no matter what kind of site you're on.

Want to learn more? Contact us at or fill out a quick contact form.

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