Protection For All

When you think of a turnstile, you might think of the device that you have to go through when you go to an amusement park or a convert venue. There are also devices at government buildings and schools in some states. Instead of looking at the device as an inconvenience, you need to think about the benefits that turnstiles offer for the people who are working at the building as well as the benefits for the people who are visiting.

Protection For All

If there is a turnstile at the entrance to a building or venue, then most people can easily pass by checking in at a desk. There are security features in place and usually someone working at the entrance who can determine if there are any issues that need to be addressed with the people who go through the building. Most turnstile devices will only let one person pass at a time. This is a benefit as it allows people to put a ticket into a box or show some kind of identification before going through the arms of the device.

Businesses that don’t want to have the tripod design of the turnstile can opt for one that looks more like a glass door. This design has more of a professional look, but there are still safety features that people have to get through, such as inserting a card, to get through the doors. Another option is to install an optical turnstile. The person would look into a camera to get the door to unlock. If the person isn’t recognized in the system, then the doors won’t unlock.

The business can set the turnstile to only allow certain people to pass who have the proper identification. This is where a security guard would be a benefit in sitting at the device. If someone wants to get into the building, then proper documents can be checked. A turnstile is a deterrent for many people who are thinking about trying to get into the building and know that they don’t have access to the interior. The overall presence makes a statement about the business or venue caring about the safety and security of the property and the people who are present.

Protection For All
1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (97% score)


Loading Facebook Comments ...