Security considerations for daycare centers
At NC Automation-Security we understand that nothing can be more important than providing for the safety of children. The number one security concern for daycare centers is, of course, to provide a safe environment for kids. Among the main safety risks are fires and violence against children. Preventing tragic events from happening is a growing concern in our country, but fortunately, the chances of a violent attack happening at a childcare facility are very low. Much more likely, however, are unwelcome incidents caused by parental disputes over a child. When such incidents occur, there are also legal implications for childcare centers that are not properly secured.
Security solutions for child care centers
There are several measures for properly securing daycare centers. A common feature is having a keypad system for managing visitors. Parents with approved access can simply type in their code or use their fingerprint to enter the facility. The system like, although highly convenient, can be rather expensive for small daycare centers as there are certain setup and staff training costs involved. For smaller childcare centers there are alternatives such as a buzz-in system. Windows and especially playgrounds especially are also a major concern and should be secured from intruders. NC Automation-Security provides a range of affordable security solutions that will allow parents to have peace of mind regarding the safety of their children.
- 24/7 Emergency response
- Tamper-resistant technology
- Real-time alerts
- Remote control via mobile app
As security experts, we understand that daycare centers must be as safe as possible. For this reason, when assessing your facilities we go through a comprehensive checklist of security aspects that need to be accounted for. We will help you design a complete solution that considers factors like who has access to the building, how parents can be admitted, how unauthorized people are prevented from entering, and how children are checked in and out of the daycare center.