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Healthcare facilities urged to develop systems to track security technology repairs

July 19, 2017

Many healthcare facilities haven’t developed the systems and processes needed to track when security equipment requires updates or repairs, according to an article on the Campus Safety website.

According to Campus Safety’s 2016 Video Surveillance Survey, more than half of respondents said their organization’s security cameras are experiencing moderate to significant maintenance issues. 

And the Campus Safety 2017 Access Control Survey found that a third of respondents rate their card access control maintenance issues as somewhat to extremely challenging.

One solution is having in-house staff or contractors who regularly and frequently do maintenance on all of the physical security systems. 

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