(2) Allow temporary access. When your business employs temporary workers or contractors, or has a high volume of daily visitors, it can be difficult to monitor access. But with access control systems, it’s easy to allow access for a day or even an hour.
(3) Reduce costs and decrease liability. With traditional keyed locks, you incur costs each time a new employee comes on board. And it can be difficult to offer different levels of access to different people. Access control gives the building manager the ability to quickly upgrade or downgrade access, reducing concerns about the wrong person accessing sensitive parts of the building.
(4) Access Control Protects Employees. Protecting employees from unwanted intrusions is a relief to employer and employee. If an employee works late this system can be an amazing instrument of relief and comfort. Safety is of paramount importance for the stability of your business.
You’ve got more important things to worry about each day. With access control, regulating the entry of workers and visitors isn’t one of them.