Customize office or school lockdown plans for any emergency situation, including active shooter, natural disasters, and unsolicited visitors.
Our Flexible Lockdown solution provides the ability to activate or revert lockdown plans from any remote device, including a mobile phone, or third-party trigger. In addition, administrators are provided robust flexibility to send real-time alerts and create unlimited lockdown plans based on the level of severity, associated protocols, and zones.
"Having the ability to create multiple plans and activate them from a remote device is a requirement we keep seeing from schools, companies, and landlords who need to respond to today's current threat landscape."
– Ryan Schonfeld, CEO of RAS Security Group
Our Flexible Lockdown feature, with unlimited plans and instant alert capability, is included at no additional cost for all schools and 501(c)(3) organizations.
See how Openpath Lockdown improves safety for schools, religious institutions, and office buildings, plus learn the best practices for security and safety planning.
Implement Openpath Lockdown plans quickly and efficiently with remote and mobile activation
Multi-site Lockdown activation in the cloud allows enterprise security teams to triage incidents from anywhere
Create custom Lockdown scenarios for emergencies, severe weather, or even to lock down parts of the building for construction or events with an enterprise access control system
Door Lockdown system seamlessly integrates with mustering and alerting systems so personnel can understand where employees are during an emergency
Ensure students and teachers feel safe in their learning environment in a K-12 or university setting
Ability to activate a Lockdown plan from anywhere, with real-time feedback and remote door unlocking capabilities for first responders
Customize Lockdown procedures for natural disasters, school shootings or violence incidents, emergency closures, and other events before, during, and after school hours
Access control system designed for schools that supports integration with panic buttons, gunshot detectors, glass break detectors, and other third-party safety systems
Project a welcoming atmosphere and openness to all the congregants of your place of worship
Swiftly counter a number of threats, while retaining an “open door” policy to the general public
Openpath’s state-of-the-art Lockdown capabilities are built into its access control system for religious institutions, which help ensure a building’s safety almost instantaneously with a phone, card, or via the online portal
Ability to activate Openpath Lockdown plans automatically via integrations with panic buttons, gunshot detectors, and more for added peace of mind
Create unique plans for different scenarios
Openpath Flexible Lockdown lets you create unlimited secure Lockdown plans to address various scenarios. For example, a plan for suspicious packages will lock down entries near delivery areas, whereas an active shooter safety plan will trigger a sitewide lockdown.
Use a wired button to trigger lockdown
Openpath’s door Lockdown system lets you choose from several trigger options: mobile app, tablet, laptop, key card, and IoT buttons. We highly recommend having a wired method in place as backup. Wiring an emergency button directly to the Smart Hub ensures you have a reliable trigger regardless of Internet connection or BLE signal strength.
Use backup batteries and cellular routers
In an emergency, your access control and lockdown door system hardware need to remain online and responsive even through a power or Internet outage. Install sufficient backup batteries in your Smart Hubs, and consider installing cellular routers to ensure Internet uptime.
Fail secure locks and fire code requirements
For the safety of students, tenants, and employees, use fail secure door locks, which lock when power is interrupted, but still allow free egress (required by fire codes and accessibility compliance). In the event of a power outage, intruders can’t get inside, but those inside the building can safely exit.
Additional security measures
Depending on your requirements, you may need to prohibit certain items, use metal detectors, and display security system stickers in windows or other public facing areas.
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