At Adeva Security, we understand petrol stations’ unique security challenges and the importance of protecting your employees, customers, and assets. That’s why we offer a range of security solutions tailored to the specific needs of the petrol station industry.
Video management systems (VMS) are software platforms that allow you to manage and monitor your security footage in real-time. At Adeva Security, we offer VMS solutions that can be integrated with your petrol station’s security systems to provide timely updates and warnings. For example, if there is a security incident at your petrol station, a VMS can alert authorities and provide them with real-time footage.
Point-of-sale (POS) systems are integral to any petrol station’s operations. At Adeva Security, we offer POS integration solutions that allow you to integrate your security systems with your POS system seamlessly. This can help reduce the risk of fraud and other security incidents and improve efficiency and accuracy.
License plate recognition (LPR) cameras are vital to any petrol station security system. LPR cameras use advanced software to capture and read the license plate numbers of vehicles entering and exiting your petrol station. This information can be used to identify suspicious activity and assist in investigations. At Adeva Security, we offer high-quality LPR cameras that are reliable and accurate.
A reliable alarm system can be the difference between protecting your business and suffering significant losses in a break-in or other emergency. At Adeva Security, we offer a range of alarm systems, including intruder alarms, smoke alarms, and carbon monoxide detectors. In addition, our team will work with you to design a custom alarm system that meets your needs and budget.
For the safety of your employees and customers, it is essential to have a way to alert authorities in the event of an emergency quickly. At Adeva Security, we offer panic/duress buttons that can be easily activated during a security incident. These buttons are connected to our monitoring centre, where trained operators can dispatch authorities and provide assistance as needed.
Please contact us today to learn more about how Adeva Security can help protect your petrol station with our comprehensive security solutions. Our experienced security professionals are ready to help you find the right solutions for your unique needs.
Today’s petrol stations are far more than just a place to fill your fuel tank. They now commonly feature self-serve coffee, a wide range of food and beverages and a place to pump up your tyres. All of this is on top of their primary purpose of providing petrol and diesel for your vehicle. Remember, with all these different services that gas stations are now offering, they are usually only manned by a single staff member. They are also often 24/7 outlets, or at least open until late at night. With such a small amount of human presence on site and the fact that they are often the favoured place for a late-night snack by partygoers, the need for a quality security system cannot be understated.
Gas stations often work with very slim margins and have a lot of competition, which means any revenue loss can prove substantial and detrimental to the business. Therefore, it is first imperative to monitor the pumps themselves to avoid drive-aways. This can be done by placing easily noticeable and visible CCTV cameras directly above each pump, which should deter potential thieves from driving away without paying for their fuel. We also recommend installing a monitored back-to-base security alarm system with panic button integrations for staff use. This can prove helpful late at night, as at these times, the gas station is often only manned by a single employee. CCTV for gas stations has proven to reduce the risk of crime by a substantial amount.
Our highly trained and experienced security system experts at Adeva Security can tailor the best surveillance systems for gas stations and car parks. Our packages incorporate alarm systems, CCTV for gas stations, alarm response and monitoring, panic buttons and integrated emergency response methods. By combining these security systems, you can actively deter thieves, provide real-time reactions to break-ins and theft, keep video records on crime-related incidences and monitor and identify internal and external safety concerns.