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Atlanta Energy, Chemical & Petrochemical Facility Security Guard Service G4S Atlanta knows energy, utility, chemical & petrochemical industries face a series of increasing security challenges. From evolving federal regulations, maintaining impeccable safety records, developing emergency and disaster plans, and protecting intellectual and property theft, we know your industry is unlike any other.
G4S understands this is an extremely complex sector. From local municipalities to national chemical facilities, G4S has proven to be the most experienced security expert. G4S strategically incorporates a combination of manpower and technology to keep your facility safe from internal and external risks and offers a variety of security services:
G4S brings the right safety prevention and management components to your chemical, energy or petrochemical facility and workforce with:
As the leading provider of security services to the energy, utilities, chemical and petrochemical sector in the United States, G4S has developed a culture of safety that has resulted in one of the best safety records in the industry.
With G4S an industry-leading CFATS expert, we will add value to your overall security program and work with you to develop the most robust solutions regardless of your facility's risk-tier placement.
From risk-based analysis to planning, technology to manpower, G4S Atlanta is the leader in complete security solutions for energy, utilities, chemical and petrochemical facilities.
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