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When you choose Shergroup Security as your integrated security provider, you are choosing a company with heritage and integrity.

Even today businesses continue to rely on the traditional approach to secure their systems which may fail to match their business objectives. With offices planning to reopen they’re focused to implement the physical security model in their workspace to overcome the struggles, they had to face with the business continuity model due to COVID-19. The stronger the business security plan you have in place the less you will have to run around fixing things. So, how does visitor management fit into the larger scheme of things?

Security Plan For a business

In short, today’s businesses must pay close attention to protect their employees from Covid-19 before and after a lockout. They must, however, allow their staff, contractors, and visitors into their property while maintaining full responsibility for everyone’s health and safety. Besides the obvious advantages of a visitor management system—efficiency, branding, protection, and compliance, you must also protect visitor privacy. Not only is data privacy being promoted as a fundamental human right, but it is also becoming increasingly important as we are forced to collect health-related data.

Security Management Steps for Business

The First Step here is,

Given the situation, we all should refer to public information administered by local and governmental health authorities and keep ourselves updated. If you have to take severe steps to comply with government directives about safe working practices, the majority of them will most likely begin at the entrance to your company. Having, the right visitor management system in place will make all the difference.

We will share 7 steps with you that you can put into action in this crisis-

Your Reopening plan can be divided into phases

You can choose to reduce the unwanted visitors visiting your property, and switch to invite-first culture. All visitors will have to pre-register themselves, taking an appointment for a visit. This will assist you in pre-screening and communicating.

Set up a touchless check-in system

You will provide a safer way for your guests to travel around your premises by using specific QR codes and access control device integrations.

Screenings for health and safety should be done ahead of time

Before your guests arrive, send them essential health and safety documents, as well as NDAs or agreements to sign You can grant or deny entry based on the questions you asked during the pre-check-in process.

Personalize the check-in procedure

Configure relevant check-in screens that enable your guests to complete a brief health questionnaire before granting them access to your premises.

Integrate visitor watchlists to keep tabs on them

Identify any visitors who may need special treatment or be refused access based on a prior health and security screening in a fast and discrete manner.

Safely and quickly access data

You should be confident that you will have a complete audit trail of data to use for insurance or law enforcement investigations.

Real-time emergency lists

You can choose to perform roll calls or send follow-up correspondence as necessary to relay important information to your guests.


Be on your toes and stay ahead of this crisis

Your BCP (business continuity planning) should involve visitor management at every stage to achieve what you’ve promised to your employees and customers. You’ll need to address the way you handle your entrances and front desks right away if you want to give your employees the trust they need to function as “business as usual” now and after COVID.

You will be keenly observed by your stakeholders and customers to see how cautious you are in taking complete responsibility for your actions in keeping your employees, your premises, and your intellectual property secure. Despite the odds, this is an opportunity to boost customer loyalty and trust, reduce downtime and recovery costs, and meet your company’s growth objectives.

Want an experienced company to look out for all your business security measures, get in touch with Shergroup. Shergroup has been proactively involved with managing the security of its clients. Whether it is internal security with regards to the measures taken to combat Covid-19 or it is personnel and visitor security. We have the best security experts looking into the need of our clients and devising a highly up-tight security plan for them. We want our clients to re-open their business without worrying about the pandemic and so use this service to get your business back into the state you need it to be.

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Last updated | 19 July 2023

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