The Norpass access control system from Nortech, which uses Norpass3 software, is providing secure access control at the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) building in central London.
Chosen for its ability to provide a secure access control solution, Nortech’s Norpass system was installed on 16 doors around the Soho Square offices to support a range of access levels, according to staff responsibilities, and it includes a management system with a user-friendly interface. This allows staff movements to be monitored, ID cards to be issued, and access rights to be changed according to ongoing requirements.
The BBFC is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that helps people in the UK choose age appropriate films, videos and websites, wherever and however they watch or use them.
Bradley Thomas, Facilities Manager at BBFC, notes, “We have had the Nortech system in place for many years, as we find it reliable and easy to use, and its customer service team has always been helpful and informative to any queries.”
The flexibility of Norpass access control modules and the user-friendly PC-based Norpass3 software, together with Nortech’s elegant card readers, made the Norpass access control system the ideal choice for BBFC. Since the installation, the system has provided secure access control throughout the building and, with Nortech’s support, BBFC has been able to keep the system up with changing requirements.
Benefits of using the Norpass system include easy to use software offering a range of access levels, security that can be matched to an organisation’s needs, a flexible structure for easy expansion, and a system that has been developed in the UK and is supported by a UK based team.