Stealth - UCIT Monthly Dispatch: A Makeshift Fireworks Show Sparks Flames
Stealth - UCIT Monthly Dispatch
Construction Edition, July 2018
Your Catch of the Month Video: A Makeshift Fireworks Show Sparks Flames
This month’s focus: Safety
Construction sites can be dangerous places to work. Accidents have the potential to be life threatening. From preventing falls, operating heavy machinery and keeping visitors safe, leaders in the industry must strive to protect their sites and employees.
In this month’s featured video, a makeshift fireworks show sparks flames.
Construction sites lose billions of dollars because of weather delays and damages. >> Read more
Every day, UCIT monitors cameras in real time at commercial sites across North America. We can see suspicious behavior, activate a speaker warning, and call the local police. This month’s count to date:
Q: What if something goes wrong with my system or one of the cameras?
A: Our IT staff is on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can often identify, diagnose and repair technical problems remotely without your even knowing an issue has occurred. Our goal is for a faster repair for less money.
What Clients Say
“My experience working with UCIT Online continues to be excellent. I will certainly use you on our next project and won’t hesitate to recommend your firm.” – Steve Ferrante General Superintendent EllisDon Residential, Inc.
Security Tip — A Strong Safety Culture
Open lines of communication can help protect everyone on a job site. Consider initiating a buddy system for new employees and require them to participate in a safety orientation. >> Read more
UCIT Online is the leader in remote video surveillance in Canada and the U.S, with over 450 employees, 11 offices, and 3 live video monitoring control centers. UCIT proactive video monitoring watches over 18,000 IP and CCTV security cameras. Our security systems feature advanced technology that can help detect and deter crime while reducing security guard and other expenses. A remote surveillance operator can proactively detect suspicious activity before an event occurs, activate a speaker warning, or call the local police.