The ports are places of mass movement of passengers and tourists serving thousands of people, while their facilities store and transport thousands of cargo. As key sectors of domestic and international trade, port facilities are characterized by an increased risk of adverse reactions while presenting particular security problems.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO), recognizing the risks involved, has adopted an international code on ship and port facility security (ISPS-International Ships and Ports Security Code) facilities. URBAN Services, in order to meet the security challenges in this area, provides the following security and security services.
Inspection and inspection of people, hand luggage and vehicles
Cargo control and inspection
Security of access and control points
Access control in restricted areas
Static monitoring services
Control through electronic closed circuit monitoring systems
Patrol and guard of the port facilities with privately owned cars
Explosives detection and detection equipment
Detection of suspicious objects and parcels
Intervention and provision of first aid
Principles of firefighting and protection against the risk of fire
Use of a drone with a thermal camera in areas over three acres.