Silco Fire & Security is scheduled to speak at the Ohio Safety Congress on March 9th at 4pm on “School Violence & Shootings: The Role of Electronic Security”. Technology in the security industry continues to advance at a rapid pace. We will explore the current state of what technologies and features are available and practical for — video surveillance systems, Keyless Card Access Systems, Mass Notification Systems, and Panic Alarms, including the integration of these systems as it pertains to schools.
The engineering team at Silco Fire & Security works with Ohio schools of varying size and complexity. During the presentation, Silco’s team will discuss real world examples of how today’s security technologies are being utilized. Silco will discuss best practices for system design, hardware, software, configuration options, network infrastructure, testing, and maintenance.
“The Ohio Safety Congress is a great venue for various safety topics and educational sessions, especially for K-12 and Higher Education” said David Fraser, president of Silco Fire & Security. “Unfortunately acts of violence and shootings at schools are happening more frequently in today’s society. In this Educational Session, we will explore new security technologies and strategies that are being employed to help keep our children, teachers, and school staff safe.”
Silco Fire & Security is headquartered in Cincinnati with branch offices in Dayton, Columbus, Akron, and Cleveland. Silco provides fire protection and security services to more than 25,000 businesses in Ohio including hundreds of schools. Silco’s products include fire extinguishers, sprinkler systems, fire suppression systems, exit & emergency lighting, fire & security alarms & monitoring, video surveillance, keyless card access door control and home security.
Attending the Ohio Safety Congress educational session can be utilized for continuing Education (CUE) credits. For further details on the session and location, visit https://bwc.expoplanner.com/index.cfm?do=expomap.sess&event_id=2&session_id=20
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