5 Places To Use Delta Scientific Guard Booths

In the 18th century, a guard house or shack was a place where sentries would rest in between their shifts. These were the forerunner of the modern security guard booth. Today, security guards often spend most of their days in a Delta Scientific guard booth, keeping constant watch over the premises either with their eyes alone or with the help of a video surveillance system. Guard booths also provide shelter from the elements. Our guard booths have uses for various property types, including government buildings, military installations, commercial properties, and residential communities.

The Importance of Port Security Barriers

Every year, billions of dollars in valuable cargo is shipped around the world and passes through ports by the ton. In addition, millions of people travel around the world by sea and by air every year. Port security is a collaborative effort by organizations around the world to safeguard the ports, the people and cargo traveling through them, and the countries in which the ports are located from various potential threats. We at Delta Scientific offer several products with applications for port security.

Top 4 Best Places To Use Traffic Spikes

A vehicle that is going the wrong way on a one-way conveyance can have a head-on collision with another vehicle. Though relatively rare, a head-on collision can be among the most dangerous and damaging types of traffic accidents. Many facilities turn to Delta Scientific for solutions to prevent vehicles from driving the wrong way. One of the solutions we offer is traffic spikes, sometimes also referred to as traffic teeth.

3 Things To Look For in an Event Security Service

People usually gather together in large groups to celebrate or, more rarely, to commiserate. Whatever your reason for hosting an event, you need to make sure that your guests are safe. That is where an event security company such as Delta Scientific can help. We provide access control systems that prevent tragedies that arise from vehicles driving on walkways, whether accidentally or on purpose.

How To Ramp Up Security With Sliding Gates

A wall or a fence around your property can do a lot to keep trespassers out. Nevertheless, you do need an access point on your property so that visitors and authorized personnel can enter and leave. The access point can be a vulnerability, but sliding gates from Delta Scientific can help keep it safe and prevent intruders from getting in, whether on foot or by vehicle ramming.

Does OSHA Require Safety Bollards?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration was created in 1970 by an act of Congress. Its mission is to set and enforce safety standards to ensure working conditions that are safe and healthful for employees and to minimize hazards that employees could be exposed to in the workplace. Sometimes, this requires the installation of security equipment, such as safety bollards.

3 Takeaways from ISC West

Every year, the International Security Conference and Exposition puts on a trade event called ISC West in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2023, ISC West took place from March 28th to March 31st. We at Delta Scientific were pleased to attend the conference and meet with current and future customers. If you were unable to attend the conference, we have compiled a few of the most important takeaways.

Crash Ratings and Certifications

At Delta Scientific, we know that you need to rely on our products to perform correctly and predictably in emergency situations. When a vehicle is barreling toward your facility, the difference between a catastrophe and a crisis averted can be a matter of seconds. For this reason, we put our products through multiple crash test scenarios to determine a crash rating, i.e., how effective each barrier is under a particular set of circumstances. We then submit to various certifying agencies to confirm and validate the results.

Rebounding Air Traffic Means Greater Need for Airport Security

Air travel declined during the COVID-19 pandemic, partly because of government restrictions and partly because of people’s fears about contracting the virus while on a plane. As the number of infections and hospitalizations goes down, those roadblocks are slowly being removed, and more people are flying. We at Delta Scientific know that more air traffic means a greater need for security to keep travelers safe.