Companies can improve security in WCs by installing access control toilet turnstiles
A 12-month community order and the completion of 60 hours of unpaid work was the punishment for a man in his 60s who defaced a public toilet. James Allen admitted in court causing the damage to the building. On seven different occasions between April 23 and June 7, staff at a Yorkshire railway station found the graffiti scrawled on the back of doors in the male toilets. Mr Allen was also ordered to pay compensation of £100 and £85 towards costs.
Public and private companies can improve security at their toilet facilities by installing a Tensor toilet turnstile which features reliable, safe and efficient access control technology. The sturdy coin operated turnstiles deter potential criminals from wandering into the toilets since people now have to pay for the privilege. The turnstile bodies have lockable lids to prevent unwanted access and are securely mounted to the floor plate. Tensor’s turnstiles offer improved security and are available in a number of styles to suit the needs of your business and building.