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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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Where should you wear your name badge?

Monday, August 14, 2023 by Andrew Jones

Placeholder Are there a right way and a wrong way to wear a name badge?  Most people wear their visitor badges on their left (near their heart). That’s because most people (about 90 percent of us) are right-handed, so it’s easier to put our visitor badges on our left side. But is that the correct way to do it? When, after all, do we wear name badges? Most likely it is when we are among people who don’t know us. So, when we meet them, we want to make it easy for them to learn ...

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Confidential Sign-In Books Solve Parental Concerns at this Pennsylvania Elementary School

Monday, March 6, 2023 by Andrew Jones

PlaceholderWhen parents drop off or pick up their children from school, it's important to keep a record of their visits. Traditionally, this has been done with simple, open log books. However, these can sometimes raise privacy concerns, as other visitors may read the names and details of other visitors. Christine A. Stosek, administrative assistant to the principal of Tobyhanna Elementary Center in Pocono Pines, Pennsylvania — a satisfied THRESHOLD customer — recently shared her ...

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How to print better-looking photo visitor badges

Tuesday, May 3, 2022 by Andrew Jones

PlaceholderHave you ever seen a visitor photo I.D. badge that actually looks like the person wearing it? For example, look at this one.   Could you recognize this person if you saw him? More important, why check someone’s I.D. if it doesn’t accurately represent who is wearing it? By comparison, the photo on this badge is crisp and clear.   Do your badges look this good? If not, here are three tips on how to make your visitor photo I.D. badges look better than they do ...

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eVisitor Software: robust yet simple visitor management software

Wednesday, September 22, 2021 by Andrew Jones

Placeholder Do you have a visitor management system that is too expensive, too complicated, or unreliable? It may be time to upgrade your visitor sign-in process. “eVisitor” software makes it easy to sign in and badge every visitor. This helps to make your people and property more secure. Here’s how it works: A visitor has arrived, so you sign them in using their driver’s license. Your visitor’s name and photo appear on the badge. Then you use your keyboard to fill ...

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Manual visitor management that is actually automatic

Tuesday, August 31, 2021 by Andrew Jones

PlaceholderWhen is a manual visitor management system actually automatic? When it functions as both a visitor sign-in system and a visitor badging system at the same time. The all-in-one Visitor Badge Sign-In Book is a self-duplicating system that creates a temporary visitor badge and a permanent visitor log in one simple step. When visitors sign in, they fill out their I.D. badge as a self-adhesive label. This action automatically transfers their information onto a duplicate record sheet ...

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