Visitor Monitoring identifies suspicious contractors at your premises
Police in Wales are urging people to report suspicious traders to Dyfed-Powys officers. They have warned about dubious or fraudulent workers in Powys because many complaints have been fielded concerning those who are cold-calling and offering work at knock-down rates to vulnerable people in the traditionally-known area of Radnorshire. The Powys Community Safety Partnership has recommended to residents that if they require roofing or building works that they find out a full contract price, as well as obtaining feedback.
Tensor’s unbeatable Visitor Monitoring System (VMS) keeps track of visitors as soon as they enter your premises, so suspicious or fraudulent visitors are weeded out straight away. Unlike paper-based systems VMS provides accurate date and time stamped audit trail of visitors and contractors. Under the regime, individualised, bar-coded passes with monitored expiry dates are created and produced to be scanned whenever someone visits your site. The receptionist is notified whenever a pass is swiped that is out-of-date or has other irregularities. A small pop-up screen containing the person's digital photo image enables an extra visual check to be made.