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How Perimeter Protection Is Improving Rail Line Security

New project opportunities in securing railway infrastructure exist for those installing security contractors that learn this market niche’s unique needs. An important piece to the equation is applying…

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Appropriate contract clauses can limit security contractors' liability exposure. Despite this, many dealers alter or exclude these important provisions, possibly negating their insurance coverage. Exculpatory, limitation of liability and third-party indemnification clauses should always be included in an alarm company's contract. August 31, 2003


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