Meeting safeguarding requirements is one of the main responsibilities of any educational institution. Therefore, important safety measures need to be taken in order to deter any potential threats and risks to the safety of those working and learning within the premises.
Educational institutions are legally required to maintain the highest levels of safety to all those within their grounds. A high-quality security system works as an important deterrent that allows these organisations to offer staff, pupils and families the confidence they are all in a safe environment.
A better control and management of site visitors is one of the many safety responsibilities of educational institutions, where a high-quality and well integrated access control system across the premises can work as an exceptional protection mechanism.
Intruder alarms can also work as an important deterrent and restrict access to unauthorised personnel. Controlling the access to the grounds is absolutely crucial in ensuring staff and pupils are protected and that the highest standards of safeguarding levels are maintained. Within these alarms, it’s also possible to integrate smoke and fire detectors that can allow staff, visitors and pupils to exit the buildings safely.