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How Signage Facilitates Weapons Screening

Author: Michael Gips Are you using proper signage to inform, prepare, and guide entrants to your facility? Proper signage plays an especially important role in advising individuals about organizational weapons policies as well as the presence of weapons detection systems (WDSs) and the preparations necessary to pass through checkpoints smoothly, efficiently, and safely. Key Tips:

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Who is Responsible For Product Liability For Weapons Detection

This Article is not to be construed as legal advice When researching and selecting a Weapon Detection Technology, it’s essential to consider the competency of design, confidence in manufacturing to the intended design, and the commitment by the brand to do the right thing. This can be summarized as the essence of product liability. Product

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Learn About NILECJ STD 0601.00 Compliance Standards For Metal Detection & Weapons Detection Systems

NILECJ STD 0601.00 Compliance Standards ICON Section 402(b) of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 included a mandate to develop new and improved techniques, equipment, and systems to strengthen law enforcement, which is how NILECJ-STD-0601.00 came into existence as the industry standard for metal detectors. This standard is relevant today in

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Staffing a Weapons-Detection System: What’s the Right Number?

By Michael Gips Hospitals, schools, theme parks, museums, stadiums, and other facilities have been increasingly adding weapons-detection systems (WDSs) to their entrances to combat growing violent crime. Used properly, this technology has repeatedly demonstrated its value. But few people are talking about a critical issue involving these systems: the deployment of manpower. A high school

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Re-Thinking The Entryway And Exterior Threats: Security Screening Before Ticketing

Event and venue security experts regularly revisit vulnerabilities from risk assessments, and organizations put the budget behind the security products, services, and security operations required to provide the expected level of security. Humans are creative and would-be-perpetrators may still find venues as attractive targets, so security must stay ever vigilant of imagining the next threat.

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