Facility Protection for Stadiums
Each stadium owner is responsible for the protection and security of everyone attending an event. Some are simple security issues that can be remedied by the use of portable barriers or bollards. More dangerous events are less probable but need to be considered and proper physical security products installed. Unfortunate incidents do occur, and inadequate planning could be catastrophic. The obligation of the owner/operators of the stadiums must have a facility protection plan and supporting physical security products in place to mitigate all threats. Facility Protection for Stadiums. Is your stadium adequately protected? Call BBRSS, and we can help you make sure. (800) 367-0387.
The recent spike in violent acts has increased the need for adequate facility protection to be a top priority for public spaces. The threats have compelled stadiums and other sport centers to reevaluate their physical protection needs. Facility Protection for Stadiums. The reassessment of the facility protection and physical security plan must include the examination of every part, from computer systems to the physical environment, on a regular basis. The identification of vulnerable areas, especially entry and exit points, and traffic control, are essential. The main objective of physical security, designed by ARMR, a division of BBRSS, is to protect the assets, facility, employees, and customers of all types of stadiums. Call to learn more (800) 367-0387.
Stadium Physical Security Measures
As mentioned, there are points of consideration which include securing perimeter entrances and installing devices to warn the compromise of secondary entry points. These points can increase your ability to protect your environment against threats. Facility Protection for Stadiums. What do physical security measures entail? Layout can limit the type of available products, but strategic planning and placement is essential. Access to entrances and exits are open for commerce and traffic; however, they are vulnerable to vehicle-ramming events. The probability of this type of threat happening can be diminished through the installation of secure, visible bollards. Bollards are rated for high impact and can serve as pedestrian traffic control. Moreover, drop arm barriers, portable barriers, and wedge barriers are designed to secure the perimeter where extra control is required.
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What is the State of the Physical Protection Plan for Your Stadium?
Reviewing your stadium’s physical security plan is just one of the many services offered by BBRSS. We will thoroughly examine your physical security plan and provide credible suggestions designed to increase your security where necessary and ensure you are using correct safety products for every stadium situation. Do you have the correct bollards installed for traffic control or high-speed vehicle collisions? Are crash gates rated properly for potential situations? Are your physical security products operating correctly? Do they activate during lockdown testing and scenario-based testing?
BBRSS understands the situations fundamental to each stadium is dependent upon location and demographics. Our team of experts can assess your needs and provide state-of-the-art solutions. The physical security of a stadium must be vigilant, complete, and efficient while offering protection for customers and employees. Call Today for a Physical Security Assessment (800) 367-0387.
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