No two days at BOC are ever the same and the Corps Monitoring team manage a variety of incidents and calls ranging in severity and all with different response and escalation protocols. These can include incidents such as intrusion at a premises/site, attempted theft, fire alarm activation, damage to the facility and BOC staff unable to gain entry to the building.
Relationships are key for Corps Monitoring and then team strive to instil a sense of confidence in our customers that their premises, assets and importantly, people, are all in safe hands. Our operators become an extension of our client’s team, taking personal responsibility for the protection of the things which matter most. Our customer stakeholder team at BOC feel they have the reassurance from Corps Monitoring that someone is always on the end of the phone, with contact possible 24 hours per day. The team provide daily reporting and access to data around all activations via CorpsSecure our interactive online portal.
Initially a cost reduction of around 30% was achieved for the client without any detriment to security, simply by configuring the best combination of guarding with less costly but equally effective remote monitoring services. This proves that blended solutions really do work and that both physical and technical security can be provided in unison to deliver exceptional results for organisations.
About Corps Security
Built on over 163 years of experience and a clear social mission, we provide specialist security services tailored to ensure the safety of people and property.
Our values are at the heart of everything we do, through the people we work with, the people we employ, the people we help and the planet we protect. Together we protect the things that matter.
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