What schools need from access control

Saturday, 1 October 2016  |  Admin

Implementing access control in the modern school is a balancing act between maintaining ease of movement around the building, whilst controlling the levels of access for both individuals and groups. The primary concern is to maintain a safe and secure school environment for pupils. It is also important to ensure that property and equipment is protected.

From a security perspective, the most important function of a lock is to control entry. Locks on exterior doors provide building security, preventing unauthorised entry. Interior door locks can also provide security to areas that need extra property protection... read more (page 8)

School Building Magazine - Autumn 2016

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