Visitor management enables organizations to track and control the people who visit their facility to ensure safety and security. This is crucial, as it helps in identifying who is in the facility, the purpose of their visit, and ensuring that they are following the necessary protocols. Savance Workplace streamlines and automates this process, making it easy to manage any type of visitors.
When choosing a Visitor Management System, consider the following:
Evaluating these factors will help in selecting a VMS that aligns with your organization's goals and operational needs. Engaging with vendors like Savance Workplace for a personalized consultation can provide a deeper understanding of your requirements and how to best meet them.
Yes, you can. Savance Visitor Management allows for the use of QR codes for a mobile check-in (and check-out) experience. Hosts can pre-register visitors, who will then receive a QR code via text or email for quick and easy sign-in upon arrival. Visitors can also fill out required information using their mobile devices before they arrive, streamlining the process when they reach your facilities.
The roll call process can be automated seamlessly with Savance's Emergency Mustering solution. Muster stations provide a real-time roster of everyone that is on site, and people can be marked safe by either scanning their credentials at the muster station, or selecting their name. With Savance Workplace, roll calls are quick, accurate, and efficient, even in offline mode.
Yes, with Savance Emergency Mustering, employees and visitors can use their existing credentials to scan at muster stations during a roll call. This technology enables fast and efficient emergency roll calls – ensuring an accurate roster of individuals on-site – even in if there is no power or network connectivity.
An automated emergency mustering or emergency management system provides a faster and more accurate way to account for everyone, reducing chaos and ensuring timely responses during emergencies.
Modern mustering systems utilize a variety of hardware, but most commonly use rugged tablets and badge readers.