As a business grows there is a need to keep it protected, which is sometimes easier said than done. Of the security measures taken by a facility, the detection of a threat should take place as soon as possible, and that should always take place at the perimeter of the property. Overall, a facility's security should be comprised of three different layers in order to provide adequate security: the facility's perimeter, the stand-off (or buffer) zone, and the building itself. By only utilizing controlled access to buildings, a facility is not taking advantage of the campus's full safety measure arsenal. This is the main point where Panel Built guard shacks are implemented, and they act in a couple major ways that benefit a school's security team. These guard shacks act as the initial access control point for a facility and established a barrier to the enter the facility.
This is important because if a threat does enter the facility through this point, the guard posted there has the ability to radio out that there is a threat on the campus, and from there, the facility can go into lockdown mode. This situation is where the layered, 3-layer security design helps out facilities the most. It provides the employees with time. Time to react to the threat for both the staff and the security team. And if the facility has a security camera system, they can relay the subject's location to the police in real time in order to have the threat minimized as soon as possible.
Panel Built's guard shacks come in a variety of custom shapes, sizes, and materials. Panel Built manufactures each guard shack to customer specifications. External lights, security cameras, 360-degree field of vision, ballistic rated protection, and more are offered as protentional options for the guard shacks features.
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