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7 Ways To Account for Your Employees During an Emergency

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Having procedures in place for workplace evacuations is part of what employers should do to keep their employees safe in case of emergencies. “Accounting for all employees after an emergency evacuation has been completed” is one of the Department of Labor’s minimum requirements for an emergency action plan (EAP). However, the manner in which an employer should perform ..

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7 Ways XPressEntry Is Used to Improve Construction Site Management

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Since 2005, XPressEntry has enhanced physical security, emergency readiness and evacuations, and more, and has been deployed at government buildings, factories, oil refineries, mines, airports, hospitals, and construction sites around the world. XPressEntry integrates with over twenty-five industry leading access control systems, and the handheld badge readers offer tremendous flexibility, making XPressEntry an ideal solution […]

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In this episode of XPressEntry Fast Features we demonstrate how to connect the Comper Forehead Thermometer with the XPressEntry handheld via Bluetooth. Kelly Lim walks through the XPressEntry HealthCheck mode, and demonstrates how to capture temperature on the XPressEntry handhelds wirelessly. In the XPressEntry Fast Features video series, our engineering team showcases the latest updates […]

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Super Securakey

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One of the fun things about business at Telaeris is we often get the opportunity to figure out interesting and difficult badge issues. Recently, we had a customer order our handheld badge reader solution to help them speed up their emergency mustering procedure. When we asked which badge technology they used, the integrator told us […]

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XPressEntry gets a HealthCheck

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XPressEntry gets a HealthCheck

The good news for all of us is COVID-19 vaccines are entering global distribution and people’s arms, but it will be many more months before vaccine production and distribution catches up to the 7.8 billion people on our planet. We must remain vigilant at reducing risk of Covid-19 spread while vaccinations continue to roll out. […]

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