Some of these dangers are internal to the worksites , but we've seen an alarming number of violent incidents instigated by people who were not supposed to be on these sites. That's why it's becoming increasingly necessary to implement new safety systems for visitor management. Installing a visitor management system (VMS) can be important step organizations may choose to take to enhance protection over their offices, hospitals/clinics/healthcare facilities, job sites, and campuses.
We can scarcely read the news without hearing about a safety crisis or new security threat. But we can't live in constant fear or be vigilant 24/7 and still expect to work and learn.
An automated visitor management system, such as Sine's can:
In other words, a digital VMS helps people in your building and on your property concentrate on what matters instead of worrying about security risks.
A visitor management platform can help get your people to safety when the worst-case scenario becomes a reality. But it's crucial to train building occupants in an emergency evacuation plan so they have a general sense of what to do, where to go, and what kind of alerts they can expect depending on the threat.
Using a VMS to track the number of people on site can help you ensure that everyone gets to safety in time. Sine's solution can even be augmented with geofencing to send real-time alerts to everyone within a specific set of boundaries. It can also help you customize emergency messages to provide any extra assistance to those with disabilities, such as evacuation diagrams that include alternate safety routes for those with mobility issues.
When the immediate threat has passed, Sine also offers a retrospective look at incident reporting. This allows site managers to leverage data for actionable insights, identifying any weaknesses or hazards that can be remediated.
No one likes to imagine a security threat or safety crisis on their worksite. But site managers can give people peace of mind by 1) thinking ahead to try and prevent these situations, and 2) assuring people a detailed safety plan is in place to protect them.
Whether you need to manage health regulations (from COVID policies to food safety rules), physical security threats, the possibility of workplace violence, or natural disasters, Sine's can not only integrate with your other safety hardware and software, but it can scale up to meet your needs as your business grows.