When is a handwritten visitor management system actually automatic?
by Paul Kazlauskas
The answer: when it functions as both a visitor sign-in system and a visitor badging system at the same time.
The all-in-one Visitor Pass Registry Book is a self-duplicating system that creates a temporary visitor badge and a permanent visitor log in one simple step.
When visitors sign in, they fill out their I.D. badge as a self-adhesive label.
Visitors sign themselves in.
This action automatically transfers their information onto a duplicate record sheet underneath.
A duplicate visitor log that only you can see.
The label liner is opaque, preventing subsequent visitors from seeing who signed in before them. They can’t lift the liner to peek behind because the outer edge is sealed. No other manual sign-in system in the world offers this kind of confidentiality, even when signing out!
We glue the label liner to the visitor log for privacy.
For added security, choose Registry Books with One Day Time-Expiring Visitor Badges that change color overnight to prevent reuse and to avoid the need to retrieve them.
Your visitor badges are VALID today, but VOID tomorrow.
Because custom-printing is our specialty, it’s easy to add your logo to promote your identity, or to change the wording of the badge to match your procedures. Your order still ships within three days!
I think you’ll agree there’s no quicker, more efficient way to keep track of who is in your building, when, and why, than with the Visitor Pass Registry Book. It’s trusted by thousands of schools, hospitals, businesses, and government agencies worldwide to manage their flow of visitors easily and affordably.
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Posted on 4/12/2018