WHAT SYSTEMS AND SOLUTIONS DO I NEED?

 

While a web page alone cannot completely determine your current and future fire and security protection needs — that’s why you would contact Integrated Protection Services about an assessment assessment — this page provides an overview of security system components and their benefits. Informed prospects make great customers!

ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS

ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS

Typically relying on an access card, key fob or access code to provide entry to a property, access control systems provide functions such as:

  • Keeping entry doors locked and controlling who can enter.
  • Allowing only certain staff to enter specific areas —a server room or HR file room, for example.
  • Meeting specific compliance requirements (such as SEC or other) to control and electronically record where employees go within an office space.
  • Trackinground-the-clock employee use of the office space, including which doors are used — and when.
  • Minimizing or eliminating the need for traditional physical keys(and for re-keying when an employee leaves).

SECURITY ALARM SYSTEMS

SECURITY ALARM SYSTEMS

Installing a security/environmental alarm system is ideal for:

  • Protecting an office or building from intrusion while the business is closed.
  • Enabling employees in vulnerable areas to activate a silent emergency “call for help.”
  • Monitoring environmental conditions (such as high-temperature and water leakage) in critical spaces such as server rooms.

VISITOR ENTRY SYSTEMS

VISITOR ENTRY SYSTEMS

Integrated Protection Services often installs intercoms or telephone entry systems for:

  • Screening visitors before they can enter the office/building. Many systems allow companies to speak to the visitor and/or see the visitor before allowing him or her to enter.

CAMERA SYSTEMS

CAMERA SYSTEMS

Camera surveillance systems are ideal for:

  • Gathering and recording visual information regarding who enters and/or exits a specific interior or exterior area of the office or building.
  • Meeting compliance requirements by establishing a visual record of all who enter sensitive areas of the business environment.

FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS

FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS

Fire detection systems are often needed for:

  • New construction or renovation that requires a system to be installed or expanded.
  • Building owners or property manager who want to upgrade their existing system to ensure reliable fire protection.
  • Meeting specific fire code or insurance requirements.