Visitor management system provides individualised passes with signature recording
A raid on a warehouse fetched thieves £120,000 worth of high-value metal and cabling. Police are appealing for witnesses after the criminals stole supplies intended for the Great Dorset Steam Fair. The thieves broke into locked shipping containers in the store sometime between 12pm on Sunday, October 30, and 11.30am on Wednesday, November 16. Officers are especially keen to hear from scrap yard dealers or anyone who has been offered any of these items under for a particularly low price.
Visitor Management Systems (VMS) from security experts Tensor use the latest PC technology that controls, records and monitors the arrivals and departures of an organisation’s visitors and contractors. Unlike paper-based systems VMS provides individualised, bar-coded passes with monitored expiry dates and biometric fingerprint recording of visitors and contractors, plus signature recording. VMS can print different styles of pass documentation depending on the type of visitor or contractor. These can be produced in advance of a scheduled appointment or impromptu on arrival.