Key Control Solutions Meet Universal Security Objectives

In Japan, it is customary to remove one’s shoes when entering a home, temple or shrine. Italians usually only drink cappuccino in the mornings. Don’t expect to go shopping on Sundays in Vienna because all the stores are closed. In Costa Rica, one is not expected to tip the wait staff as a service charge is already included in the bill.

Automated Guard Tour Systems Help Enforce Security Procedures During Busy Holiday Season

The holiday season from Thanksgiving through to the end of the year is a particularly active time for most industries. Retailers are geared up for shoppers, airports have all hands on deck to handle the additional holiday traffic and hotels and restaurants are overbooked with holiday parties.

Making Correctional Institutes Safer – The Case for Key Control & Management Systems

With operational budgets going in one direction and inmate populations going in the opposite direction, administrators of correctional facilities are being asked to achieve the near impossible. However, with the help of technology solutions including key control and management systems which provide a reliable solution for the safekeeping and accountability of facility keys, it is possible to achieve goals cost-efficiently.

Managing Risk with Computerized Guard Tour Reporting Systems

Visible security measures can often make employees or the visiting public feel more assured about their safety, and having uniformed guards on the premises is one of the ways in which public use or private facilities can accomplish this goal. But ensuring the safety and security of people and buildings requires more than just having security guards in plain sight or having them routinely check doors and buildings. Improving risk management requires systematic management of guard activities including tours and verification of rounds, which can be efficiently achieved through hardware and software technology.

Access Control in Correctional Facilities

Whether it’s a municipal, state or federal correctional facility, providing a secure and safe environment for inmates, staff and the public is a top priority for prison security system administrators. And establishing and following proven operational procedures, including key management, is a critical step to help ensure the security of prison control systems..

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