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DEC 10, 2013

How you can make the most out of an access control system

Today we’re finding that traditional lock and key security is becoming obsolete. They just aren’t robust enough to keep unwanted intruders out.

That’s why many businesses are turning to access control systems to ensure that only the right people can enter that one specific area.

Integrate with other security

The most robust security results are created when access control systems are combined with other security gear.

For example, when combined with CCTV cameras you’ll be able to view the person trying to enter the building. This means that if anyone is trying to break through your access control or bring another person who isn’t authorised with them, it can quickly be spotted and dealt with.

Safeguard against theft

Unfortunately theft within the work place is not uncommon. That’s why it’s vital that valuable stock is kept in an area protected by an access control panel.

Otherwise every member of staff has access to it, and unfortunately, not every member of staff can be trusted.

Care for your team

The most common cause of work related accidents is when staff members enter an area that they shouldn’t be in, or somewhere they don’t have the correct training to be.

To ensure that this doesn’t happen to your staff install an access control unit in all areas that pose risks to untrained staff members.

Confidential information

I’ve no doubt that your business has plenty of documents with private information on. If this information was to fall into the wrong hands like a competitor it could prove disastrous for your business.

Protecting these documents with a simple lock and key is putting yourself at risk because keys are easily copied. Install an access control system to ensure that only people with certain key cards can gain access.

In the end, access control systems protect everything from your stock, to your employees and shouldn’t be underestimated as a useful tool within business.

If you’d like to find out more about installing access control systems within your property get in touch today. 

Created on 10th December 2013
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