The British Security Industry Association has published a new guide to aid decision makers in the application of access control systems, the first of which covers the use of such systems on manufacturing sites.
BSIA Access Control Section chairman Mike Sussman says, “The average manufacturing site has a changing environment in which the constant flow of goods, materials and people creates both opportunities and attractions for thieves. Access control systems offer a versatile and cost-effective way to regulate entry to premises. The guide covers the principles and application of access control, as well as providing practical examples of its successful use on manufacturing sites.”
The publication also provides information on added benefits of access control, key considerations to take into account when deciding on a system and legislation that should be considered.
The guide to manufacturing sites will form part of a series of guides, each of which will be tailored to the installation of systems within different environments, ensuring readers are getting accurate information in relation to the particular application they are looking for.
The Access Control Guide to Manufacturing Sites is available as a download by visiting www.bsia.co.uk/accesscontrol
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