Do you need to restrict entry to your establishment or areas within it to qualified individuals? Would it be helpful to have an audit trail of who accessed your facility and when?
Access control allows you to grant people the right to enter your establishment or areas within it via a credential.¬† Credentials may be a numeric combination, magnetic card, proximity card, fingerprint, or a combination of these.
Managers with access control systems in place are able to change the combination or deny access to a person‚Äôs credential immediately, maintaining secured access to their facility. These systems are also able to provide an audit trail of the times and dates that the facility was accessed and by whom.
Access control systems can be as small as a single standalone mechanical lock that is battery operated and computer managed to a fully networked, hard wired, computer based system with hundreds of locks and exit devices.
- Common entries or laundry rooms in an apartment complex
- Areas with high value inventory
- Employee break rooms
- Marina gates
- Unsupervised entrances to departments
- Areas limited to certain hours
- Time stamp of entry
- Semi-public bathrooms
- Areas with seasonal employees or users
- Rented rooms or buildings
- Doors that need to be unlocked and relocked on a predetermined schedule
- Group clubhouses and community gates