It’s Building Safety Month! There’s no better time to focus on the safety of your school, office building, warehouse or any other building you’re responsible for. When people think of building or workplace safety they typically think about preventing workplace injury on the job. But what about workplace violence committed by unwelcome guests gaining access to your building? There are 7 easy steps
your company can take to keep your employees safe in the workplace and below are a few policy tips to keep your employees or students feeling secure.
Restricting door access at your facility is one of the key ways to ensure your employees or students are safe. Issuing photo ID badges that double as access cards is a great solution. With photo ID badges
you can make sure each person in the building has access to the appropriate areas and anyone without a company or school ID should be questioned.
Enacting a policy for visitor management is another great way to keep your employees or students secure. All visitors who enter the building can be required to sign in
and possibly even receive a visitor ID badge . This will show team members that not just anyone can come into the building whenever they want. Having guests sign in is also a great way for administration and/or management to remain cognizant of who’s in the building at all times.
What better time to really take stock of your building’s safety than during Building Safety Month? The identification experts at IDville
will be more than happy to give you more information about the importance of identifying students, employees and visitors.