First Line - Enhancing corporate access control safety and security

 “Glance Access” - Proactively Protect People, Property and Business Processes

Major corporations face complex safety, security, and regulatory compliance challenges impacting their business and operational; strategies, goals, tactics to protect their employees, customers, business processes.  These challenges have a major impact on the company’s brand and bottom-line performance.

Corporations all are confronted with a significant amount of regulatory oversight. Compliance is a daunting task when you consider the following regulations; OSHA workplace Safety and Violence, HIPPA, PCI, Sarbanes-Oxley, FDA Food Defense Act, DEA Drug Diversion, and other Federal, State and local regulations. The list of actions required to protect and monitor, employee and customer safety, food and drug plant operations, retail store environments, research and development facilities, trade secrets, patient record access data, and network control centers and remote critical infrastructure is a daunting task.

At its’ simplest form companies need to proactively identify, recognize, and validate, who, where, when, and why related to an individual's’ right to access the building and secure areas. The ability to proactively recognize, identify, and verify people enhances an organization to establish a culture of safety, security, and compliance.   This proactive verification also improves a company’s ability to meet its business, operational and compliance goals of protecting its’ people, property, and business practices.

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18,400 workers in the private industry experienced trauma from nonfatal workplace violence. These incidents required days away from work.

Of those victims who experienced trauma from workplace violence:

70% were female
67% were aged 25 to 54
71% worked in the healthcare and social assistance industry
18% required 31 or more days away from work to recover, and 25% involved 3 to 5 days away from work

- 2017 Bureau of Labor Statistics

Then in 2018
Workplace assaults resulted in 20,790 injuries and 453 fatalities, according to Injury Facts