Motiva Enterprises is a petro-chemical company partially owned by Shell Oil.
Petro-chemical companies face many risks when storing and distributing hazardous materials. Corporations processing chemicals and petroleum must prevent emergencies that can endanger employees, environments, and people living around their facilities. Firms do not want the reputation damage that comes with an explosion or security breach, so rigorous security systems are a must.
Motiva hired Sabre Integrated Systems to work on one security installation in a petro-chemical plant in New Jersey. This initial opportunity led Sabre to working at eight separate Motiva sites throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, supporting perimeter security, compliance, and process control.
The surveillance system Sabre installed enables Motiva to monitor whether employees are following operational safety procedures, which helps with compliance policies and ensuring a clean audit. The security equipment consists of viewing gauges and monitoring equipment, enabling operators to oversee employee and visitor activity at fuel tankers and filling stations.
Sabre’s team of technicians obtained Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC) certifications to allow them to work near oil tankers, in compliance with with Coast Guard guidelines.
Motiva Enterprises’ security personnel benefit from a security plan that allows them to monitor – from one central location – an entire operation spanning acres of property. Facilities managers can watch for any errors that could result in an oil spill, allowing them to immediately dispatch a team in response to emergency situations.
County College of Morris is a community college located in New Jersey.
College campuses are vast, and they need advanced school security systems to assist personnel with preventing and responding to emergencies.
The recent rash of violent crimes committed at educational facilities has prompted schools to improve their security measures. The federal government passed the Jeanne Clery Act in 1990, which requires all colleges to provide students and employees access to their crime logs. A safe campus is not only essential for students and staff, it is important to reputation management.
Sabre Integrated installed more than 130 cameras throughout the entire CCM campus, as well as security alarm systems in offices that allow staff to discreetly alert security to attend to hostile situations. This comprehensive school security system covers more than 200 acres and protects more than 4,000 students.
The college has the reassurance of knowing that authorities can react more quickly to emergencies, and that emergency responders will have an accurate location of where the danger is occurring. Ensuring a safe, secure campus gives CCM a competitive edge in attracting more students and increasing enrollment.
LCH.Clearnet is a clearinghouse, with headquarters in London, that hosts many of the major exchanges and platforms, as well as a wide range of the OTC markets.
Financial firms process and store sensitive information that is vulnerable to tampering. To avoid the potential for identity theft and market manipulation, unauthorized access to these data must be prevented. Institutions must block security breaches and monitor access to restricted areas. External and internal auditors mandate that they have comprehensive security systems in place to prevent security violations.
Sabre installed cameras and access control systems for LCH.Clearnet when the company moved to a new location in New York City. The clearinghouse uses the security system to provide an audit trail of who enters and leaves the building and restricted areas. The data can be referenced in the event of a security breach.
This meticulous security plan complements LCH.Clearnet’s stringent compliance procedures. The Exchange has peace of mind knowing that Sabre Integrated installed a security system that deters security threats.