Access Control Systems: Helping You Manage Your Contractors

Posted on: 11 July 2018

Managing contractors is a little different to managing your employees. Using contractors may be a cost-effective way of bringing different skills in to your business and of hiring extra staff when you need them without making permanent hires; however, this may add to your management and security workload. How can an access control system help? More Accurate Timesheets If you're using contractors, then you may pay them by the hour and rely on individuals to submit timesheets telling you how many hours they have worked in a given pay period.
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Technological Features to Consider when Buying Modern Second-Hand Safes

Posted on: 16 October 2017

Safes and strongboxes have increasingly been useful to many in the storage of valuables. They have been a safe way of ensuring that valuables are kept away from thieves or detractors for centuries. Nonetheless, some people opt for second hand safes for varied reasons including financial. Today, there are critical advancements that have been made in manufacturing strong and element-resisting safes. What does one need to look for when buying the modern second-hand safes?
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Locked Out Of The House? Here's Why Calling A Mobile Locksmith Makes More Sense

Posted on: 8 August 2016

Traditionally, the only way one could have had their locks repaired or replaced was by visiting a locksmith's store. Today, the industry has evolved and mobile locksmiths have the capacity to bring the store right to your door. Not only that, a mobile locksmith service has various perks that make them just perfect for a lockout situation. Find out what they are below. They are fast responders As you well know, a lockout situation is an emergency.
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Security tips 101 | Expert tips on keeping your master-keyed system secure

Posted on: 3 August 2016

Master keying offers you the ability to use one key to open a wide array of locks. In your workplace, for instance, you may be issued just one key for your office that will also unlock the bathroom inside. Another example is a cleaner in a school having one key that could unlock all rooms for cleaning. Despite their convenience, master keyed systems may present a serious security risk, since one key may allow access to many other locks if it's copied or stolen.
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