Education: Nurseries, schools, colleges, Sixth Forms and Universities.
Any organisation in the education impact has one main focus, which is to safeguard its students. There are certain changes these organisations can make to help improve safeguarding across their sites, and replacing your paper sign in book is one of them.
A VMS system takes the pressure from your receptionist and allows individuals to self-sign in whilst reading all GDPR and health and safety requirements, helping to keep your organisation compliant. Once a visitor has signed in a self-adhesive ID badge will print, allowing staff to see the authorized visitor onsite as well as keep a record of the individual on the live management dashboard.
Furthermore, a visitor management system can also make the sign-in process more user-friendly, allowing a wide variety of individuals such as teachers, staff, parents, VIP guests, registered users or contractors to easily enter their details into the system.
Making the switch from a paper logbook to a digital visitor management system can help protect your organisation from unwanted guests. Once a visitor has signed in a self-adhesive ID badge is printed, this will show the date, time, name and who they are visiting.
Making the switch from a paper logbook to a digital visitor management system can help protect your organisation from unwanted guests. Once a visitor signs in a self-adhesive ID badge is printed, this shows the individual’s photo ID, date, time and who they are visiting. When the visitor is wearing the badge around the office, they are showing members of staff that they are authorised on site. This will allow staff members to spot individuals around the office who are not wearing ID badges and escort them off the premises.
Hospitals, clinics and medical practice institutes are regularly visited by a number of different individuals such as;
- Family and friends of patients.
It can be extremely difficult to manage such a high amount of individuals that are visiting medical practices, in an emergency is almost impossible to see who is onsite as there are no details logged of every individual that arrived onsite.
Instead, introduce a visitor management system near your entrance, visitors can then sign in, read all legal documentation, take a photo and print off a self-adhesive ID badge. By entering all this information into the system, a digital log will be created that will show everyone who has signed in/out, which will be extremely beneficial in a fire evacuation.