Flawed fire roll calls – a health and safety nightmare

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A rapid and reliable fire roll call is a vital though often overlooked part of any business’ health and safety protocols. Some companies believe that because they have a small number of staff, an official fire roll call isn’t necessary. They can just look at their assembled staff and recognise missing people! This may be […]

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Plans Approved for UK’s First Mega-Prison in Yorkshire

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Advanced security, access control and visitor monitoring solutions are required for any modern detainment facility, and indeed, such systems will certainly need to be implemented in the new “mega prison” that’s set to be built in Yorkshire. According to a news report, plans for a new 1,440-inmate jail at Full Sutton have been given permission […]

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Access Control Readers’ Market to Reach USD 5.4 billion by 2024, Report Forecasts

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The worldwide demand for enhanced security, identity management and improved human resources management represent the main growth factors for the access control readers’ market, which is set to reach USD 5.4 billion by 2024, according to a recent market research report. The “Access Control Reader Market by Reader Type (Card-based Readers, Biometric Readers, and Multi-technology […]

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Management and monitoring of working hours can help improve the employees’ life expectancy, research finds

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Monitoring employees’ working hours and ensuring that they are maintained within reasonable limits can actually help improve their life expectancy, data from the World Health Organization (WHO) has been able to suggest. The WHO report suggests that countries with a high life expectancy between 82.2 and 84.2 years work an average of 40.7 hours per […]

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Biometrics and AI to power “unmanned retail” experiment at Singapore university campuses

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Biometric authentication and tracking solutions working in conjunction with artificial intelligence will be used to trial an unmanned store concept at Singapore university campuses, a recent news report has been able to suggest. Biometric devices such as palm scanners will allow shoppers to enter the kiosk, RFID will keep track of items purchased and AI […]

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Why Five Minutes Matter

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Time theft is another name for the practise of not working during usual paid work hours. It is very common across practically all industries. Time Theft Behaviours Buddy punching (falsely recording their prescence in the premises times due to swapping their clocking ID with a co-worker) Taking longer breaks and lunches than scheduled Using work […]

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Remote Working – Don’t Be Concerned

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More and more UK workplaces are needing to grapple with the additional needs of remote workers, as remote working becomes steadily more sought after. It is common for employers who are new to the concept to be concerned about potential disadvantages. Instead, they should be focusing on the benefits to remote working, such as a more […]

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Extensive Support for Ad Hoc Visitors and Visits Now Available with New Tensor Self-Service Visitor Management (SSVM) App Version 1.32.4

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At Tensor, we strive to consistently enhance and improve the functionality of our core software products, aiming to cover an extensive range of real-life usage scenarios, while also fixing any potential problems reported by our customers. For this reason, the latest version of our Tensor Self-Service Visitor Management (SSVM) App, Version 1.32.4, available for both […]

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