How Delayed Exit Devices Can Make Campus Lockdowns More Effective

In this video, Detex’s Tim Shafer talks about the various types of equipment that can help address campus access control issues, as well as his company’s outdoor delayed exit solution.

According to the 2021 Campus Safety Access Control & Lockdown Survey, 29% of schools, colleges and healthcare facilities either don’t have or aren’t sure if they have adequate door hardware to protect against outside threats.

Fortunately, there are a lot of solutions out there that can address this issue. One effective solution is the outdoor delayed exit device from Detex.

In this interview, Campus Safety talks with Detex Marketing Manager Tim Shafer about the various types of equipment currently available on the market that can help address campus access control issues, as well as his company’s outdoor delayed exit solution.

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