Leisure and fitness centres have to manage a frequent flow of customers. Here are some of the most effective alternatives available to gyms for access and entrance control.
Topic: Gunnebo | Entrance Security
During 2017 Gunnebo published a total of 32 posts on the Security Matters blog. These are the five most read posts from the year.
As well as creating that significant first impression, reception areas play an important role in office security. But is your front desk up to the job?
The unpredictability of modern threats is causing security professionals to re-assess their approach to site protection. This post looks at how security managers can remain prepared.
An entrance system, such as a speed gate or turnstile, must be able to stop unauthorised entry. Here is a list of the most common types of entrance fraud which public and commercial buildings need to detect.
There are two standards for security doors and windows which apply to blast resistance. This post addresses the difference between them - and why the distinction is important.
Both architects and security specialists have to think carefully about how to effectively manage the flow of people into and out of a public site. But is it possible to strike the right balance between security and design?
An interlocking door is one of the most secure methods of access control available to site security managers. But how exactly does it work?
One of the major entrance security mistakes public buildings make is failing to apply different levels of security to different parts of the site. This post addresses how to deal with this problem by applying a zonal approach.