More and more citizens of the United States are getting their the COVID-19 vaccines. This is great news after over a full year of dealing with the pandemic and all its consequences, both inconvenient and tragic. The rather flimsy documentation card you are given after your vaccine(s) should be kept safe. But what is the best way to protect this incredibly important four-by-three-inch card?
What you gain when you have an effective visitor management system (and what you risk when you don't)
The COVID-19 pandemic has made us better aware of -- and careful about -- our surroundings, including the people we encounter in public spaces. We understand, especially now, the importance of scrutinizing visitors at our places of work before allowing them to enter.
Increase visitor security with the use of color: Print IN Color, Print or Write ON Color, or Stick TO Color
There's nothing like adding a little color to your visitor badges to make them stand out and help your staff quickly see, as they pass them in the hall, what kind of visitor is approaching. Plus, badges that have been issued in color are harder (than plain badges) to falsify. This reinforces the legitimacy of the badges your visitors wear.
The people at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) understand the importance of in-person learning, provided all the stakeholders remain safe. Using the best available evidence at this time, the CDC has made the following recommendations.
THRESHOLD has a new color photo package for eVisitor Software, featuring the Epson Model # C3500 printer. Don't forget that our visitor badges with EXPIRING technology provide a great visual alert for security and are compatible with many different inkjet printers.
eVisitor software's new "Multi-Facility" feature allows connectivity between facilities so users can (1) share names of visitors with a "flagged" or "BOLO" (Be On Look Out) status and (2) consolidate visitor distribution reports.
Why add color-coding to your visitor management? Color badges are easy to see and provide an instant visual alert. Color code by department, day of the week, or by type of visitor.
The report projects, between 2020 and 2025, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the visitor management system market of 13%. Two key factors are responsible for this.