Silva Consultants. He notes that other parts to con-
sider include the physical design of the building,
complementary security systems and operations
and training for employees.
No matter where you are in your plan or system,
there are six key things to keep in mind when look-
ing at strengthening your building access control
1Evaluate Your Access Control System Features What do you need from your access control system, and does your current setup have
that? Many facilities managers will go off how a
6 Tips to Improve Your Building’s Access
Whether your building has successfully used the same access control system for years, you're considering implementing a system or
there's been an event (e.g. merger, location or security
incident) that warrants a change, now is the right time
to evaluate your access control system and procedures.
And if you don't have any in place, consider making it a
part of your security plan.
Keep your occupants, tenants and assets safe by
having a plan and technology to provide secure access
to the right people in the right areas of your buildings.
Understanding that access control is one part of a
complete security plan is important, stresses Michael
Silva, owner and independent security consultant at
Determine how to integrate the right level of secure access to the people who need it