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Access Control Systems

Protecting your school, commercial or industrial business from unwanted and unknown visitors can be frustrating, time-consuming and costly. There are stringent regulations that need to be complied with, as well as constant technical updates associated with equipment and system capabilities. The great news is, here at RJ Wilson Fire and Security we create secure, cost-effective, fit-for-purpose, industrial and commercial, access control systems for the specific needs of organisations across the UK.

Unknown and unwanted visitors can severely impact any business or organisation, its operation, its people and those visitors themselves should there be an unintended accident or incident such as a fire. Finding the right security services provider to support you and offer expert advice is paramount to not only staying legal, but also operational and sustainable. With the enormous choice today of providers and products on the market, not to mention every evolving threats, new legislation and regulation affecting the decision-making process, it is not surprising that it can become confusing, frustrating, and timely to be an expert and manage these matters alone.

We offer a full turnkey service for the provision of secure entry systems for businesses, schools, electrical contractors, and commercial premises, where access security is paramount.

Industrial & Commercial Access Control Systems

We are delighted to say that here at RJ Wilson, of Spalding in Lincolnshire, we offer a full turnkey service for secure commercial and industrial access management systems, across the South and East Midlands, South Yorkshire, Humberside and East Anglia for businesses, schools, electrical contractors, facilities managers and commercial premises.

As specialist providers of industrial and commercial, door access control systems across the UK, our fully compliant service includes full system design, installation, commission and maintenance. As access control system specialists, we have a proven track record, an experienced and talented team, and are committed to providing you with access systems tailored to your particular need - not our own - keeping your people, property and profit protected 24/7.

Our experienced Fire & Security Services team are available to have a 5-minute conversation about your business or organisation's access system needs - we're looking forward to meeting you - simply click and book today!

 

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Types of Access Control Systems

Access control systems control and regulate who has door access to a building, keeping your commercial premises more secure.

Our team of experienced system designers and installers can work with you to ensure your team can access areas of your building when needed and restrict those that don’t.

In simple terms, an access control system can be applied to a physical point such as a door as a simple stand-alone system controlling one or two doors. Alternatively, it can be electronically networked to cover an entire building or multiple buildings.

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Standalone Door Access Systems

If you're thinking about access security and the best way of dealing with it, a basic or standalone door access control system is a simple way to control one or two doors in a commercial premise and is not connected to any other systems.

This option suits smaller business premises or those with simple discretionary access requirements.

Networked Access Control

An electronically networked control system can be two or more doors networked over a building, several public or private sites or geographically spread across locations around the country or world. Organisations with multiple sites often benefit from this kind of networked access management solution, where integrated access security is paramount.

There are a number of solutions available for networked access control, and our team can work with you to identify the best option for your industrial and commercial sites.

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Support for Access Control Solutions across the UK

No matter what type of public, private or commercial sector or industry your organisation is in, there is often a need to provide secure access to buildings. Make sure you have the right access control system for your UK premises, with a regular monitoring and maintenance contract in place. 


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What are access control systems?

In practical terms, entry, or access control systems are a physical form of electronic and mechanical access control that limits access to campuses, buildings, rooms and IT assets, using logic-based software products, where general public access should be withheld, limited or at the very least monitored. By choosing the most appropriate system to restrict and monitoring those who enter an area and when, the benefits can extend far beyond those of protecting places, people and possessions.

What are the different types of physical access control system?

Physical access control systems usually come in three variations: Discretionary Access Control (DAC), Mandatory Access Control (MAC), and Role-Based Access Control (RBAC). They are used to identify an individual, authenticate them, and then permit the individual entrance to campuses, buildings, rooms and IT assets.

How does a door access control system work?

Physical door access, or entry control systems are digital networks that electronically control entry into and out of designated areas, including campuses, buildings and rooms. The main elements of access control systems are the electronic tags, tag readers, access control panels, and locks that release doors. Via a control unit, a reader on a door is powered and emits radio waves using its antenna. The electronic tags also have an antenna which receives radio waves from the reader. Together these work to create a seamless, automated experience for the user, whether it be an employee, visitor, student, customer or supplier.

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