Fingerprint scanning access readers provide twofold security at your premises

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Officials raided a dairy in Rhondda Cynon Taf illegal workers biometric fingerprint scanning Officials raided a dairy in Rhondda Cynon Taf in Pontyclun early on Tuesday looking for illegal workers. Three Indian men were arrested because their visas had expired, while a fourth had no legal right to work in the UK. They were delivery drivers aged 24, 25 and 30; while the fourth is 31. The dairy faces a penalty of up to £10,000 for each illegal worker unless it could provide evidence that the correct pre-employment checks were carried out.

The identity of your employees is never in doubt when using an Access Control Wales smart card system. The cards are security protected, while for a two-factor system biometric fingerprint scanning access readers can be aligned with the conventional smart card readers. Our Access controllers can be networked together to create a powerful computer controlled security infrastructure. The T3510 controller can be configured in many different arrangements, controlling a smaller number of doors at first and then more at a later date as need and/or budget permits.

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