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Access control: controlling – and recording – access to your premises and specific area of within those premises electronically, using your computer system. With cards, tokens and readers instead of traditional locks and keys you have direct control over who has access and when they have that access.
Access control makes access management simple. No need to dish out selected keys to employees – with all the risk of loss that could ensue. Our access control solutions are easy to use and user friendly. They bring convenience and security together in a single package that will make you wonder how – or why – you used anything else before.
Access control advantages
Maintaining security at large sites has traditionally involved large bunches of keys: heavy to carry around and slow to use and risking insecurity (and costly replacement of keys and locks) if lost.
With pc-based access control each staff member, or visitor, is issued with card or token that gives access to all the doors, gates or barriers to areas they are authorised to use. Present a card at a reader and access is permitted or denied as appropriate. Lose a key or token? No problem. You have the assurance that, no matter what, your premises will stay secure. And a replacement can be rapidly programmed.
Follow and track staff movements
Use your computer to monitor access and see who has tried to gain access to unauthorised areas: all activity is recorded, including instances of unauthorised attempts at access. And keep a discrete eye on staff movements. You can also ensure the security and safety of your staff. Protect them than with an intelligent, reliable, access control system.
Should the worst happen – an accident or a crime – your access control system lets you isolate specific areas and track all staff movements across the site at the time.
With access control you complete control over access for individuals or groups, but you can also vary their access according to times of day. Save money on night time security or keep recreational facilities off limits during working hours.
Time and attendance
Access control can also provide a convenient means to monitor staff timekeeping and attendance. Their entry and exit – along with their movements at other times of the day – are all logged. This makes it easy if HR (or other authorised staff) to not only to monitor their staff’s attendance but also deliver detailed reports on any deficiencies.