Ask for a room on floors 3, 4 or 5. Park in well-lit areas!
Access control for your employees may include the use of swipe cards or proximity readers which can be carried in a wallet or on a key-fob. Doors can be unlocked by use of these devices, while at the same time recording who opened the door, and at what time. Vehicle gates and crowd access gates can also be part of an access control system. There are several new developments in technology, including biometric identification!
All of these systems are programmable and adaptable to changing workforces and other factors requiring ongoing changes in access codes and credentials. An access control system can be incorporated into your overall security system.
Be sure to ask about access control systems, whether you have a need or just want to explore the options!