Unfortunately, public schools have become a target for violent activity, and security is a rising concern for parents and officials across the United States. Steps are being taken to reinforce elementary and secondary educational institutions, and new construction takes student and faculty safety as its primary concern.
Traffic controller tire spikes are an excellent choice if you need to enforce a one-way traffic flow. Although this type of barrier works well for this particular application, it isn't necessarily suited to all types of barrier needs. Finding the best barrier solution for your particular need is something that Delta Scientific can help you with.
While in the past vehicle attacks were a source of concern, today the most prevalent means of conveyance is used as a weapon for destruction. Vehicles have become part if the terrorist tool kit, and it’s more important than ever to prepare for such threats. From angry drivers to determined killers, there have been over 14 major deliberate vehicle attacks in the past five years. One of the most effective ways to keep people and property safe is to develop and implement early warning systems that will ensure security personnel has adequate time to respond to threats.
When devising a security plan, the best weapon designers and experts have at their disposal is information. Whether it be data relating to a specific area for planning or real-time information about perimeter status, it pays to know what’s coming. Since it’s impossible to keep an eye on every location at once, security cameras are excellent for watching a plethora of areas. These valuable tools should not be overlooked or underused when crafting an exterior defense.
Delta Scientific announces its new bolt down DSC7090 beam barricade has passed its crash test garnering an ASTM M30/P1 rating - stopping a 15,000 pound (6800 kg) truck going 30 mph (50 kph). Used in locations where wide roadways need to be secured from attacking vehicles and in larger parking areas where security systems are needed to deter theft.
For almost two decades, airports have been trying to secure themselves from intrusions of all kinds. While airports have been able to reduce the threat of insurgents boarding planes effectively, there are still lapses in external security that could prove extremely dangerous. The security gate is by far the weakest point in any fence-based security plan.