It’s our goal to help make America safe again
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) July 20, 2016
Bearacade Intruder Lockdown Systems is celebrating four years as a leader in school and office safety. "We are proud of our contribution and of the capability of our unique product." said Bill Cushwa.
Bill Cushwa and Dave Soulsby developed Bearacade Intruder Lockdown Systems, the device that fits on interior doors to provide protection to individuals from a hostile intruder. This device was created to help make schools and businesses in America safe again.
Many businesses and schools have started using this device to increase the security and protection of all individuals in its buildings.
"When seconds count, it's our goal to help employers and employees take immediate action during a hostile event," said Cushwa. "We developed this device in response to the horrors of school shootings in the US, but the need has grown to encompass churches, government buildings, and institutions around the globe. Our added layer of safety is becoming a part of the response plans for public and private organizations well beyond education."
The Bearacade Lockdown Response System is the only device that does not compromise the fire rating of doors, is not permanently mounted, and has external notification for police and emergency service personnel to identify rooms that have been barricaded. In an event of an emergency. The device easily deploys to reinforce and blockade a door when under attack and unable to flee.
"We know how important it is to act quickly in an emergency," said Cushwa. "It was our goal to develop a device that could be easily used and provide valuable time and defense for those under attack."
For more information about Bearacade or to see how the system works, please visit http://www.doorbearacade.com.
Created following the tragic events of school shootings, the Bearacade Lockdown Response System was developed to slow or prevent interior classroom and office doors from being opened. Bearacade is designed for the rare, short-duration moments of a hostile intruder when it's safer to take shelter than evacuate.