Nuclear power plants are one of the most durable and protected structures and buildings. Unwanted penetration of such an object is undoubtedly a difficult task. The combination of structures, armed professionals in the field of facility security, a strict access control system for employees and visitors, and several security systems provides an almost ideal protection system that organizations can dream of.
Due to their small number and the impossibility of rapid construction, nuclear power plants often become targets of invasion, and to overcome the multi-stage system of object protection, the most destructive methods can be chosen, which can affect the entire society. Scalar provides additions to your security system that will not give an attacker a chance to achieve what he wants.
The NPP safety system is based on three concentric circles and the level of safety increases as you approach the reactor. The first zone is considered a sizeable external perimeter, or the "zone controlled by the owner." This part of the territory is the furthest from the reactor. Scalar experts recommend using not only information but also physical protection of the domain to prevent any undesirable person from passing through the barrier with the external environment.
The second circle is called the "Protected area," this circle is additionally fenced, and armed security specialists protect its integrity. In addition to an additional visitor identification system, Scalar provides the customer with the necessary surveillance systems and highly qualified specialists with extensive experience in such important projects.
The inner circle is called the "vital area." It contains a reactor and associated security systems, a control room, a spent fuel pool, and central alarm stations. Access to the vital area is restricted and protected by locked and signaled security doors and checkpoints guarded by responsible specialists.