Security professionals have been thrust to the forefront of return-to-work planning as the crisis continues to create a complex set of security and safety challenges. Preparing to return to the physical workplace means adapting to new requirements, implementing new procedures and leveraging technology to alleviate anxiety for staff. Physical access control now plays a leading role in strategies that reduce surface touches and person-to-person contact.
In this white paper, HID Global provides a look at the key components for a successful return-to-work effort, including:
- Why upgrading from legacy systems is imperative to enabling safer, more secure work environments;
- Which physical access control capabilities are needed to create a more touchless environment, including mobile access, visitor management and location services;
- How employing best practices can help to manage expectations while optimizing and supporting core plan policies.