Industrial Facilities

There are four key industrial economic sectors: the primary sector, largely raw material extraction industries such as mining and farming; the secondary sector, involving refining, construction, and manufacturing; the tertiary sector, which deals with services (such as law and medicine) and distribution of manufactured goods; and the quaternary sector, a relatively new type of knowledge industry focusing on technological research, design and development such as computer programming, and biochemistry. Industrial sector is now faced with new security standards that includes NERC CIP Cyber Security, and others on top of the internal security issues to maintain a safe and secure environment and protecting the assets and equipment within the facilities. Visitor management, access control, video surveillance, and emergency evacuation are just a few of the security requirements for Canadian industries.


Industrial facilities require multiple technologies for a security program:

  • IP Video Surveillance
  • IP Access Control
  • Gate Entry Control
  • E-secuirty Technologies
  • Emergency Evacuation
  • Security Hardware
  • Safety Lockout Systems

The proper integration of the above security applications will assist in the development of an overall security program.


Perimeter protection, including IP access control and video surveillance for gate entry, is the first step for plant protection, which also includes IP-based access control visitor management and people counting to develop a fully integrated security and evacuation system. With the use of the new e-security technology products you will control and maintain the inventory, plant assets, electrical areas, and mechanical areas where restrictive access is required for the protection of all staff.


Pinder's with their partner companies (Genetec, Cansec, HID, Axis, Bosch, Kaba, Medeco and Videx) offer a one source solution of an effective security program to ensure a safe and secure environment.