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“If You See Something Say Something” program was launched by the DHS to help bolster security awareness and anti-terrorism efforts in buildings across the country.
Students and staff there are using their smartphones as their credential to access dorms, academic buildings, and administration offices.
This iPad app is designed to simplify finding the right access control locking solution for any door in a facility.
Since his identity was stolen in 2003, Daniel Bulley has volunteered as an advocate with the Identity Theft Resource Center. He offers these easy-to-follow tips for securing personal and business identity.
In today’s changing climate, what’s the new normal in terms of security? Constantly evolving challenges of keeping a building secure are the reality for facility managers.
Brief audio interviews on some new products and services for 2012 are an expansion of content that appeared in the TFM December 2011 issue.
What do facility managers need to know about the government crackdown on I-9s?
This battery powered device is intended for low risk emergency exit only doors.
In 2008, a worker was trampled to death while a mob of shoppers rushed through the doors of a large store to take advantage of an after-Thanksgiving Day Black Friday sales event. The store was not using OSHA recommended crowd management measures.
Ameristar Fence Products recently acquired the assets of ATG Access Inc (Lillington, NC), a subsidiary of ATG Access Ltd based in Merseyside, England.