TEMPbadge™ Visitor Badge Log Books
A secure, simple way to log visitors
- Simple, one-step expiring badges
- Visitor information is handwritten for quick sign-in
- Badges can be customized with your graphic or logo
TEMPbadge Visitor Badge Log Books will bring your sign-in process to the future, providing a duplicate visitor record and a self-expiring adhesive badge, all with the stroke of a pen. The badges used in TEMPbadge Visitor Badge Log Books will expire to show a red-colored “VOID” symbol after 14-16 hours, ensuring that a guest can’t overstay his or her welcome and providing heightened security at your site.
Tracking visitors is common practice at organizations of all sizes. The most common technique involves a visitor log book, where a guest signs his or her name, the date and other variable information before being sent on his or her way.
However, this process is far from secure: standard log books don’t keep duplicate records in case the book is lost, don’t keep guest information secure and don’t provide a way of knowing if a guest is still on the premises. Simply put, standard sign-in books are an outdated method of Visitor Management.
Combining ease-of-use and affordability, TEMPbadge Visitor Badge Log Books are the perfect sign-in books for today’s security-conscious world. TEMPbadge Visitor Badge Log Books are ideal for use as school log books, hospital sign-in books and more.
How do TEMPbadge Visitor Badge Log Books work?
- 1. Sign in
When a guest arrives, he or she is instructed to write his or her name, the date, the time or other variable information required by your site. This handwritten information goes on the expiring badge itself, but also is duplicated underneath the badge. This provides a record of each badge issued.
- 2. Peel and fold
Simply peel the adhesive badge off of the log book and fold back the included tab to activate the expiring badge.
- 3. Issue!
Give the badge to your guest, and that’s it! The entire process is efficient and as simple as can be. The badges will expire within 16 hours, eliminating the need to collect visitor badges at the end of the day.