New CCTV systems improve security and process monitoring at Corus Group’s UK-based steelmaking plants

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Although closed circuit television (CCTV) systems are commonplace in today’s society, many manufacturing companies have yet to take full advantage of their capabilities, not only as security devices, but also as an aid to monitoring critical processes or machines within a production environment.

Corus Northern Engineering Services (CNES), the asset management and condition monitoring arm of steelmaking giant Corus Group Plc, has successfully completed a series of CCTV installation projects at various Corus plants around the UK, resulting in more secure premises and improved process monitoring. The company is now offering its CCTV and communications expertise to external customers, including local authorities, transport and other manufacturing companies. CNES can offer advice and guidance and manage the complete installation and commissioning of small, single camera CCTV projects right up to multiple camera-multiple monitor installations.

George Ollerenshaw, CCTV and Communications Specialist at CNES, is responsible for project managing all CCTV installation projects at Corus Group and to external clients. He comments: “As well as project managing all CCTV and communications systems within the Corus Group, we are now looking to expand our services into other industrial markets, where companies may not already fully appreciate what CCTV can do for them, in terms of improved process monitoring as well as site security.”

George has already successfully managed four separate CCTV installation projects at Corus’ Hartlepool, Rotherham, Scunthorpe and Port Talbot sites.

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