Over the past 30 years we have provided CCTV camera systems for a wide variety of industries ranging from education and retail through to manufacturing and solar farms.

The decision to recommend either high definition analogue or IP (Internet Protocol) CCTV cameras will depend upon the outcome of your business risk analysis and us having an understanding of any longer-term plans for the premises, such as future expansion plans.

 

The Key Benefits of CCTV

Regardless of which camera type is most suitable, IP or analogue, we can offer both a standalone and fully monitored CCTV camera system to help fulfil the following business needs:

  • Crime prevention - As well as significantly enhancing perimeter security, externally fitted CCTV cameras act as a visual deterrent against theft and malicious damage. Similarly, cameras that are fitted internally will help to discourage employee related theft and damage. If the CCTV camera system is monitored remotely, any suspicious activity will be captured and immediate action taken; therefore taking steps to prevent crime in real time.
  • Assist with prosecution - In the very unfortunate event that a crime does occur, recorded CCTV footage can assist with prosecution. However, quality controls and compliance with Data Protection legislation must be considered, which we help all of our clients with.
  • Monitor high risk areas - Many manufacturing sites will have business critical machinery and hazardous materials. CCTV camera systems can be used to monitor these areas to assist with business continuity and health and safety practices.
  • Promote employee wellbeing - To provide a more secure working environment, CCTV can be used to help implement and monitor workplace health and safety practices. For example, by examining camera footage companies can ensure that employees are taking appropriate breaks and following best practice. Plus, footage can be used to verify any incidents should they occur.
  • Identify training needs - Across all industries, CCTV camera footage can be used to help identify any training needs. For example, in retail environments managers can evaluate levels of customer service and in factories, assembly line productivity can be monitored.

 

Want to know more?

The following links provide further information on CCTV camera systems. Alternatively, fill out the enquiry form below and we will get back to you to discuss your needs in further detail.

  • To evaluate the benefits of IP and analogue CCTV camera systems, visit our blog The Big Camera Debate – Analogue v IP CCTV Cameras.
  • To find out how CCTV camera quality can affect compliance with Data Protection legislation, read our blog Data Protection concerns over poor quality CCTV images.
  • For further information on IP cameras, visit our IP CCTV Camera page.
  • Find out more about Remote CCTV Monitoring.