Fires are unpredictable, and when they strike, you must be prepared. With growing universities, senior living facilities and hospitals, the quest for safety and emergency preparedness is much greater. Gone are the days when only fire alarms would be sufficient in evacuating a building in case of an emergency. Safety requires much more than that…and it should.
The senior population continues to soar. The Population Reference Bureau projects that in 2060 nearly 100 million Americans will be 65 or older. As the baby boomer generation ages, senior living communities and administrators are bracing for change and adopting new technology to better suit the needs of seniors.
Tailgating is one of the most common security breaches. What typically happens is, an authorized employee of your building kindly opens the door for an unauthorized “visitor” without knowing.
More than 20% of U.S. school districts lack comprehensive plans to respond to emergencies, according to Reuters. No matter the location, school size or type of education system, emergencies can happen anywhere, at any time.
Do you have the equipment and technology you need to keep everyone safe, secure and informed during emergencies? With the right systems in place, you can reduce crime, apprehend offenders and keep your business and people protected.