Key steps to boosting facility security

September 13, 2019

Increasing risks are prompting maintenance and engineering managers to re-examine their facilities’ security systems in general and their access control systems in particular, according to an article from Facilities Maintenance Decisions on the FacilitiesNet website.

Making the issue even more challenging is the realization that no one size fits all when it comes to building security and access. Managers need to match systems to the specifics of the application, and systems must be flexible enough to change as conditions and operations in the building change.

By using a three-step process, managers can navigate the process of upgrading their existing access control system to meet the needs of their facility now and into the future.

Focusing on assessment, specification and implementation allows managers can streamline installation and enhance access control 

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