Returning to Normalcy
Did you know, 70% of people are afraid to return to public activity and at the same time 55% miss going to events according to a poll conducted by Harris Poll. What can be done to mitigate these fears and allow for a slow return to normalcy: touchless security systems. According to the same study, 87% of people said they are most likely to return to facilities if touchless security measures are implemented. The article goes on to state that people like the fact that touchless security options allow for more social distancing practices.
Another benefit when it comes to implementing touchless security measures Is that it can help prevent mass shooting events. In a research paper conducted by Everytown in partnership with the National Education Association and American Federation of Teachers, they outline the security fails of the Parkland shooting and how those security fails allowed an easier path for the shooter to enter. One door was left unlocked which allowed the shooter to enter the facility, however with touchless security measures in place one can lock a door from the front office or from their phone if need be. Touchless security solutions are not only beneficial to mitigate the health and safety risks of COVID but also to the basic safety and security of our schools. #completecontrolateverydoor #AccessNsite #healthcaresecurity