SECURE BY DESIGN - Construction Site Security Guide
Construction sites often suffer from theft, criminal damage, arson and anti-social behaviour, all of which can have a major impact on completion dates and overall development costs. This guide is designed to be risk commensurate and provides advice on how to secure the site from the moment the hoarding goes up until the moment the development is handed over to the client or end user.
The advice is based on proven crime prevention principles that are known to reduce criminal opportunity by creating safer, more secure and sustainable environments. It applies to all construction sites regardless of their size and is intended for all staff including security personnel.Download Guide
SECURE BY DESIGN - Vehicle Crime Prevention Advice
Browse our pages for not only advice and tips but for first-hand knowledge, industry best practices and practical crime prevention advice from officers and specialist teams from across the UK police service.
Alongside our practical advice, we have listed our Secured by Design member companies that offer products that have been tested and certified to meet the exacting standards you would expect from the police all to give you confidence and peace of mind. Simply look for our ‘Police Preferred’ logo.View Website
CITS Theft Guide
Guidance to Helping Reduce Theft and Best Practice.
- Examples of Best Practice in Positioning and Securing Equipment
- The ISO 10261:2002 Standard - Information about the international standardon unique machine numbering and identification
- Education and Training of Employees andCustomers
- Plant Equipment - A General Guide for Anti-Theft and Recovery Systems and Registration Systems
- Tackling Hire Fraud - Best Practice Guide.
Stop Think! - Don't make it easy
PDF file with useful information about protecting your equipment at the end of the day.Download Guide
External and internal fraud threats - essential reading for fraud and financial crime strategist.
With almost one in every two crimes a fraud or cybercrime*, individuals are more likely to be a victim of this crime than any other. There has never been a more urgent time for organisations to be alert to both the external and internal fraud threat.
Through Cifas, our members contributed over 325,000 cases of fraud to the national picture, the highest number ever recorded to our databases: the National Fraud Database and the Internal Fraud Database.
In this year's Fraudscape report, for the first time ever, we have brought together frauds recorded by Cifas members to the National Fraud Database and the Internal Fraud Database into a single document: making Fraudscape the only publication of its kind providing this analysis of internal and external fraud trends in the UK.Download Guide
SURVEYING EQUIPMENT THEFT PREVENTION ADVICE
Theft of surveying equipment is a major problem for those in the industry, costing millions of pounds each year and causing delays for companies. There are a number of steps you can take to reduce the chances of this theft occurring. Even a job located inside an enclosed building site can provide a false sense of security, so it is important to remain vigilant.
Additional physical security advice can be found at: www.securedbydesign.comDownload Guide
CITB - GUIDANCE TO SITE SECURITY STAFF
CITB - the Industry Training Board and Sector Skills Council for the construction industry. It's our job to deliver a safe, professional and fully qualified UK construction workforce. We are designated as a non-departmental public body (NDPB) and the company is appointed by government as the industrial training board for construction under the Industrial Training Act.Download Guide
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Security Guidance Document for Agricultural and Construction Plant PDF file with useful information about recent developments in technology, and our most recent understanding of the methods used by criminals to steal agricultural and plant machinery.Download Guide
International Machinery Insurers Association Advice
International Machinery Insurers Association Advice
Plant Theft In The UK & The Industry Response. PDF file written by Tony Sturmey - HSB Engineering Insurance Ltd.Download Guide
European Rental Association (ERA) Guide
The Guidance for Best Practices to Prevent Equipment Theft
With the following list of practices the ERA provides effective ways to prevent theft of your equipment. Equipment theft is a growing problem across Europe with an estimated annual cost of 1.5 billion Euro to the rental, construction and agricultural industries.
- For the equipment rental industry alone, ERA estimates the value of stolen equipment to exceed 500 million Euro per annum.
- This figure includes around 30,000 units of heavy equipment (3 tonnes and above) and estimated figures of 300,000 units below 3 tonnes.
- The rate of recovery of stolen equipment varies widely depending on the country, and the security counter measures deployed. The recovery rate is much lower for equipment when compared to the recovery rate for other vehicles, for example cars.
The ERA recommends that you follow the practices and advice outlined within this document to protect your equipment in the best possible way.Download Guide