Visitor monitoring system scans in documents of contractors

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bogus workers in Powys A warning has been issued over bogus workers in Wales. Powys Community Safety Partnership said firms offering work at low prices had targeted vulnerable people in the old county of Radnorshire. Councillor Graham Brown, chairman of Powys Community Safety Partnership, said: "Some residents are tempted by offers of cheap work from these people but our experience is that the work is extremely poor and they charge excessive rates.” People can report suspicious traders to Dyfed-Powys Police by phoning the non-emergency 101 number.

As well as its class-leading range of access control smart card systems to protect your premises, Access Control Wales offers an ID card regime which will check the identity of all visitors. When visitors, especially contractors, attend your site it is often necessary to inspect licences, vehicle information, and identification papers. Your visitor monitoring system enables you to scan in these documents, creating a soft-copy version that can be viewed at a later date. This gives you piece of mind that no bogus or fraudulent callers can enter your site.

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