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Written Policies Are Key to Successful Access Control Programs
November 29, 2011
Financial Accountability/Responsibility Saves Time, Money and Enhances Security.
Access Control is a fantastic solution to making sure you have control over who gets into your facility and when. Once access control has been established, setting up an internal policy for those receiving access control cards or fobs is the next step you should consider. Part of the policy is to notify each person, in writing, of the terms and conditions of having possession of an access token.
The most successful policies are those that include a financial investment (averaging $15-$25) to be made by a cardholder in the event of a lost or stolen card/fob – these policies greatly reduce the number of people requesting replacement access tokens. Many companies without this type of policy call frequently for replacement stock – which costs employers time and money and increases security risks. Call today if you have further questions!
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