Motiva Enterprises is a petro-chemical company that is 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 cause danger to employees, environment, and those living around the facility. Firms do not want to harm their reputation by having an explosion or security breach and must install a thorough security system.
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. The video surveillance systems Sabre Integrated installed for Motiva have many purposes including, perimeter security, compliance, and process control.
The surveillance system Sabre installed enables Motiva to monitor if employees are following operational safety procedures which helps with compliance policies and ensures they will have 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 had to obtain Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC) certifications to allow them to work near oil tankers which complied with Coast Guard guidelines.
Security personnel at Motiva Enterprises benefit from having a security plan that can monitor an entire operation that spans acres of property from one central location. Facilities managers can watch for any errors which could result in an oil spill and have their teams respond quicker to any emergencies.
County College of Morris
County College of Morris (CCM) is a community college located in New Jersey.
College campuses are vast and they need to have advanced school security systems to assist personnel with preventing and responding to emergencies. In the past years, there has been a rash of violent crimes committed at educational facilities causing 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 the crime log. It is essential for reputation management that schools provide its staff and students a safe campus.
Sabre Integrated installed over 130 cameras throughout the entire campus of CCM. Security alarm systems were also installed in offices which allow staff to discretely alert security to attend to hostile situations. This school security system covers over 200 acres and protects over 4,000 students.
The College has reassurance knowing that authorities will have a faster reaction time to emergencies, and they will have an accurate location of where the danger is occurring. Having a safe campus will give CCM a competitive edge to attract more students and increase enrollment.
LCH.Clearnet with headquarters in London is a clearing house, hosting 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. Unauthorized access to this data has to be averted to avoid the potential for identity theft and market manipulation. Institutions have to block security breaches and monitor access to restricted areas. External and internal auditors mandate 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 clearing house 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.
Having a meticulous security plan will complement the stringent compliance procedures that LCH.Clearnet has to maintain. The Exchange has peace of mind knowing that Sabre Integrated installed a security system that will deter security threats.