24/7 Gym Security Systems & Monitoring

Gyms hold lots of valuable equipment (and even more valuable clients). Whether your gym runs fixed hours or 24/7, we’ll keep everything, including your members and your reputation safe.

Even if you already have cameras, a panic button and remote monitoring in place, it will only act as a band-aid—it won’t provide a genuine security solution that will protect your customers and equipment.

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Exercise the Right Level of Safety

Gyms are where people go to get fit and have fun, but while equipment safety and proper training practices might be top of mind, facility security and life-safety is even more important yet often easily overlooked.

The growing number of 24/7 training facilities mean many gyms and fitness centres aren’t staffed after hours, but your clients and staff still need to know that someone is keeping a safe eye on them, no matter what time of day or night it is.

If you don’t have gym access control systems with active monitoring, your business, your reputation and your viability is at risk.

Don’t be fooled by amateur service providers. Calamity have directly improved gym security systems for hundreds of businesses that had fallen for bad advice from a ‘man with van’ previously.

With demand for 24 hour gym security systems and gym entry door systems continually increasing, plenty of sub-standard security companies promote themselves as gym security systems experts—in reality, they probably only have experience working as a subcontractor, merely copying ‘what they’ve seen’ elsewhere even though it might not work.

Get Top-level Security Monitoring for Your Gym, Both Inside and Out

With so much at stake, quality security and safety monitoring service becomes essential. By partnering with Calamity, addressing one of your biggest responsibilities becomes a very simple proposition.

Calamity is responsible for the security of hundreds of 24/7 gyms and has rare expertise in the Australian marketplace. 

We specialise in both the installation and the ongoing monitoring of security technology and services, and in a FREE Security Review, we’ll provide valuable recommendations on all aspects of risk and safety at your facility, including:

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We’re Australia’s Most Advanced Security Company

The proliferation of 24/7 gyms has allowed security companies to promote themselves as ‘experts’, often having simply been a subcontractor or copying ‘what they’ve seen’ even though it might not work.

The reality is that cameras, a panic button and remote monitoring is a band-aid most of the time. Don’t be fooled. Calamity have directly improved security for hundreds of gyms that had fallen for bad advice from a ‘man with van’ previously.

It is no exaggeration to say that Calamity has saved lives as part of our highly skilled operation and we continue to win awards and appreciation for our work, carried out quietly and discreetly behind our clients’ brand.

At Calamity, we own and operate a multi-million dollar security and life-safety monitoring facility that was purpose-designed for us, it has –

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Gym Security Systems FAQs

While a key fob system for entry doors can be a reliable and inexpensive option, they aren’t able to personally identify individual users. For this reason, we generally don’t recommend key fob systems for gyms that are frequented by so many different people each day.

Swipe cards are usually a more suitable entry system option as they use the same affordable RFID technology as key fobs, with the additional advantage of being able to record personalised user access data.

No two gyms are the same, so the most suitable entry system will depend on the individual business and premises.

Pin code entry, barcode reader and swipe card entry systems are usually the most affordable entry system options, however, they do have certain limitations such as a high risk of credential sharing and an inability to personally identify users. Biometric fingerprint scanners or mobile credential access systems offer greater protection, however, they tend to be more expensive.

During a free security review of your gym, we can recommend the best entry system to suit your requirements and budget.