Control Access for Your Security Needs using Card Access.
Security Specialists provide system design and installation service for ‘Access Control’ needs. Access Control is a system that can control, monitor and restrict the movement of people, assets or vehicles, in, out and around a building or site.
The benefits of using an access control system include the prevention of loss or damage to capital assets and the reduced risk of personal injury to staff and visitors.
Why is access control required?
As well as regular members of staff who are present on a daily basis, depending upon the nature of its business, an office is likely to receive visitors, temporary staff, field staff, etc. Although they are not there on a regular basis they can potentially blend in with office workers. It is important to keep track of who is in the office building and to ensure that unauthorised people are not able to gain access to valuables and sensitive information.
Access control systems are all designed to allow access only to people with the necessary authority.
How can access control be implemented?
Access control systems can range from simple inexpensive systems for small office applications to fully integrated systems incorporating many additional features and benefits.
Access control applications range from controlling a single entrance door to managing a large complex site.
Access control monitoring adds a huge amount of flexibility and security to building use, whether you’re a business operator that needs to let staff in and out regularly, or a landlord with multiple tenants in the one building.
Card-based access control systems prevent access to restricted areas. Access can then be granted according to an individual’s role or status and any use of their access card is recorded electronically on the system.
Where Access Control is in use:
- Access Control in Education
- Access Control in Care Homes
- Access Control for Offices
- Access Control for Manufacturing Sites
- Access Control in the Healthcare Sector
Security Specialists can design and install a partitioned alarm system in a building with multiple tenants, for example. Where required, separate offices or rooms can be alarmed at night whilst hallways and public rooms are in use.
Security Specialists installs and maintains a range of systems including:
Our clients include:
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