Acsys: How to lock out fuel thieves

Military-grade access control solution also integrates access logs with job ticketing to verify maintenance job ticket completion

Read this article to learn:

  • How mechatronic locks and password keys improve accountability and reduce theft from within the supply chain
  • How integrating access logs enables SLAs based on benchmarked MTTR
  • ROI in access control through reduced fuel theft, more efficient use of O&M man-hours and improved uptime
  • Leveraging access control systems to ensure only qualified staff climb towers

David Meganck’s job is to outsmart the people trying to steal diesel from your cell sites. 90% of the fuel theft cases David has encountered originate within the fuel supply chain, so robust access control systems, combined with key management and access time monitoring, not only combat fuel theft, but also link site visits to…

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