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We write articles mainly about visitor management, which helps you to know who is (or has been) in your facility. It is just part of an organization’s physical security processes that protect people and property within and around a building or campus.



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Product Tip: Where is the Visitor Pass duplicate log? Glued to the labels? WHY?!

Thursday, January 29, 2015 by Suzanne Corcoran

Placeholder Last week, a new Visitor Pass Registry Book customer named Mary Ann called to ask where her duplicate copy was. Faithe, in Customer Service, explained that it’s attached to the sheet of visitor badges, along the edge on the right side. While relieved to know she actually had the confidential, automatic duplicate log she ordered, Mary Ann wondered why we take this extra step with our Threshold? There are two reasons: By sealing the right edge… 1) … our duplicate log ...

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4 crucial layers of security for Healthcare Facilities

Wednesday, January 28, 2015 by Josette Lumbruno

Placeholder In the December 2014 issue of Security Management magazine, Shawn Whalen, a Physical Security Professional, describes layers of security that ought to be addressed for Healthcare Facilities: 1. The outside property perimeter of a hospital or any healthcare building that is open to the public faces some challenges. For instance, proper signage for visitors, patient drop-off, and emergency parking is a simple and inexpensive way to guide the public to the proper entrance. 2. Inside the ...

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The critical reasons why schools should document tardy students

Tuesday, January 27, 2015 by Paul Kazlauskas

Placeholder Tardy students are a major problem for schools across the country. Some teachers report that the first four to eight minutes of class is almost a waste of time as students straggle in. Not only do students lose valuable educational instruction when they arrive late, but they disrupt the educational environment and distract others who are in the class. In addition, when students are unsupervised in hallways and restrooms after the tardy bell rings—whether at the beginning of school or ...

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Trade Show Eyes

Wednesday, January 21, 2015 by Josette Lumbruno

Having just returned from a very large trade show in Las Vegas, I decided to reflect back on the show and write about what I saw and heard. Typically, most visitors to our booth were friendly, courteous and interested in our products. The conversations ranged from politics (I just listened, trade shows are no place for me to debate this topic) to the weather. Being an exhibitor at a trade show, it is important to draw traffic into your booth. This can be done by fancy trade show displays, ...

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Mindfulness Security in Healthcare Facilities

Thursday, January 15, 2015 by Josette Lumbruno

Placeholder When we discuss the topic of security, what comes to your mind? Locked doors, access control, visitor management, video cameras, and all the physical components. Well, what about mental security in the workplace? What image does that conjure up? I imagine smiling, happy faces that look forward to tending to patients, staff, and visitors. Mindfulness has entered the mainstream community of employees and employers across all types of industries, including the healthcare market. We all ...

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