How to Manage Safety and Risk in Education, Healthcare and Transport: a TDSi Download

Security professionals always have safety and the mitigation of risk at the heart of their thinking when commissioning security technology or formulating security strategy.

Using education, healthcare and transport as examples this download white paper from access control innovators TDSi examines how security management teams can plan resources to ensure the safety of people and to mitigate risk.  It examines the threats in each sector and how to combat them using the latest cutting-edge technology, including CCTV, access control and video analytics.

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TDSi white paper how to manage safety and risk

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