SafeSec specialises in high quality security solutions. We are capable of providing an array of services to the rail and infrastructure sectors, and pride ourselves on changing the perception that all security companies are the same. Our service is consistently professional; on time, on budget, with flawless execution.
SafeSec provides professional security services to rail and infrastructure projects nationally. Working closely with rail construction companies and the London Underground, we service multimillion pound projects and aim to become Europe’s leading security provider.
Unlike many other security firms, we offer a comprehensive service tailored to our client’s unique needs, and in turn guarantee a highly specialised and experienced level of service. We understand the pressures on the rail and infrastructure industries, and help to ensure that construction and enabling projects run as smoothly as possible.
Rail security personnel
The reliability and training of security personnel is of major concern, which is why we actively recruit ex-military and police to our skilled team of guards. A large percentage of our personnel come from military backgrounds, and many have provided compound security in challenging, dangerous and hostile environments. Our employees and sites are consistently monitored and audited, in order to continually uphold and improve our performance.
Railway compound security
As well as trackside security for upgrade works, SafeSec offers compound security to major sites. We service a number of high-profile London-based projects, including Crossrail, and our qualified guards provide a range of security services, such as controlling staff access, monitoring noise levels, and dealing with suspect packages.
SafeSec designs, supplies and installs CCTV systems for use on rail and infrastructure projects. These systems are bespoke. Because SafeSec is not tied to a single supplier, we have the ability to tailor each system to the client’s unique needs. From IP camera systems to Network Rail type-approved non-conductive systems, SafeSec can provide the right system for your project.
Access control systems
SafeSec designs, supplies and installs a wide range of access control systems, all of which are designed with our individual client’s needs in mind. We work closely with DataScope, as well as all other major brands to ensure each client has the best possible system tailored to their requirements.
These systems can be linked in to any number of physical barriers, such as turnstiles and gates, all of which can be provided via SafeSec. Furthermore, our systems have also been upgraded to monitor time and attendance, as well as fatigue management, something that is of growing importance on Carillion sites due to strict Network Rail guidelines.
Site access controllers
We provide trained and experienced site access controllers (SACs) nationally for clients working on projects including Crossrail and Thameslink. In collaboration with leading access control companies, we are continuously analysing and developing our systems to ensure they remain industry leading and continue to benefit our client’s projects.
As of 2015, SafeSec have achieved approved supplier status for Carillion PLC nationwide. This framework agreement ensures that we can operate on Carillion sites without the need to go through the standard tendering process, removing the inherent costs associated with this. This is helping us to expand our business at an accelerated rate, with new sites due to become operational at Sheffield and Doncaster in the coming months.
The Velaro Novo high-speed train being developed by Siemens is expected to set new standards for efficiency and sustainability, as well as passenger comfort and convenience.
The Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project (PCEP) involves the electrification of approximately 82km of track between the Fourth and King Street Station in San Francisco and the Tamien Caltrain Station in San Jose.
Liverpool Street Station is being upgraded by Crossrail as part of a £14.8bn (approximately $19bn) Elizabeth Line (formerly Crossrail) project in London, UK.
Chiltern Railways constructed a new rail line between Oxford and London Marylebone, UK, in what is the first new rail link connecting London with another major city in more than 100 years.
The UK's Transport for London (TfL) subsidiary London Underground is reconstructing the Bank Tube station to substantially upgrade the station capacity and enable it to handle 40% more passengers.
The Metropolitan Line Extension (previously known as Croxley Rail Link (CRL)) will connect the Watford branch of the London Underground Metropolitan line with the National Rail network at Watford Junction via Watford High Street, UK.
SafeSec Ltd has achieved approved supplier status for Carillion PLC, after years of consistent service. This framework agreement ensures that we can operate on Carillion sites nationally, without the need to go through the standard tendering process.