High speed access stations log employees off site when fire occurs
A fire lit in a nearby wooden equipment shed gutted large areas of a school last November. An 18-year-old pleaded guilty to causing the fire. Andrew Stretton used a lighter to set fire to a cardboard box and the Victorian school at Stirling in central Scotland was so badly damaged that officials decided it had to be demolished. Almost a year-and-a-half after the fire the 160 pupils are still studying in temporary classrooms in an adjacent field.
Access Control UK’s security products can be integrated with fire roll call software that will automatically generate a report in the event of a fire or other emergency. When an evacuation occurs employees simply log themselves on and off site using either a smart card or key fob. The T340x series of high speed access control clocking stations use smart card technology to scan your access control card. When the card is within 100mm to 150mm of the smart card scanner it is automatically read.