Control Employee Access
Locks and keys have been used to secure businesses for decades. But what they can’t provide is the ability to control when the keys are used. Keys can easily be duplicated, and hard to keep track of. To mitigate risk, you might re-key each time which can be time consuming and cost-prohibitive.
Electronic access control makes managing access to your facilities a breeze. You now have the power to control who can go where and when. Each time a key card is used, it provides an audit trail of everywhere everyone went.
How does it work? Simply give a key card to anyone whom you’d like to have access. You’ve told the business security system what privileges this person has and the system then only allows the person with that key card into areas during the days and times you’ve determined. With a few clicks, you can retrieve a report for any key card.
Safeguard Your Facilities
- Time zones - you can create a schedule that determines when something happens.
- Access levels - you can determine which employees have a particular predefined set of privileges.
- Key cards or Keyfobs - you can individually control each device.
By providing precise control of your business, you can be assured that those leaving your organization can be removed with a few clicks. This reduces risk and keeps your employees safe and secure. You say who gets in and when, they leave a trail.
Safeguard against intrusion by any unauthorized visitors. Protect your employees and keep their profiles in a secure database that gives authorized personnel easy access. To help you maintain a higher level of security, Bay Alarm offers comprehensive security access control systems ranging from small, single door applications to multi-site, campus-style systems.
Where can I get my NFPA 72 and 25 inspection forms?
Bay Alarm has invested significant resources in developing an industrial, electronic, inspection testing system that makes reports easily accessible to customers through BayNet. Our dedicated, certified fire inspectors utilize tablets to test every required device.Learn More
How can I test my system?
Simply call our Monitoring Center at 800-470-1000. They will place your account in “test mode.” You can then either send a manual test signal or test a specific device, and we will provide you with the results and make any recommendations.Learn More
How do I log into BayNet?
Click Learn More below. Log in using your email address and password. There you can view your account details, testing results, and pay your bill online. For more features such as searchable, downloadable alarm activity and facility management exception reports, ask about upgrading to BayNet Plus!Learn More