Bates Security Announces New Access Control Webinar Amid COVID Pandemic

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Adding additional touch-free security measures during the COVID-19 pandemic has become a priority for Bates Security customers. In response the Bates Security team is offering free informational webinars to educate businesses about the technology.

As our current clients are adjusting to the world around them, homeowners and business owners alike are asking how they can eliminate risks and protect each other.

Bates Security, LLC, a commercial and residential security provider based in Kentucky with branches in Florida, is offering a free webinar on August 20 at 10 AM EST to review the benefits of Access Control Security Systems for businesses, schools and more. As the world is in various stages of reopening during the pandemic and based on client requests, Bates Security realized there is a growing need to eliminate excessive physical contact to help prevent the spread of illnesses. “As our current clients are adjusting to the world around them, homeowners and business owners alike are asking how they can eliminate risks and protect each other,” said Jeremy Bates, President of Bates Security. In response to their clients’ concerns, Bates Security has scheduled a free informational webinar on access control systems, which eliminates physical contact and has real-time auditing capabilities for improved visibility and control. Register for this valuable free webinar now. Webinar registration link:

Access control systems are not new for Bates Security. Still, within the past few months, access control systems have been implemented across the United States to reduce contact exposure in workplaces. Access control allows businesses to direct personnel to the correct entry point to be screened by hand or in combination with thermal detection cameras. Access control can also eliminate the need for touching keys by using contactless apps on a client’s phone or initiate an automatic door to open. Another benefit of access control is real-time auditing capabilities. Employers can quickly and easily determine who has accessed the facility by date and time along with a combined video image of them to ensure they are following the proper reentry protocol. Capacity regulations enforced by the state can be hard to keep track of by hand. With an access control system and video software platform, the administrator can log in via mobile or desktop to view how many people are inside of an area at any given time.

“We are continuing to educate and assist businesses and homes while adapting to this “new normal” by providing solutions to help ensure the safety and well-being of our clients,” said Bryan Bates, Vice President of Bates Security. “Educational resources are invaluable during this time of uncertainty, especially when you are responsible for not only yourself but the safety of others.”

As many questions have arisen from clients and vendors about contactless security measures, Bates Security will be offering free webinars to educate about the technology and address concerns that all businesses are facing. The next access control webinar event will be held on August 20 at 10 AM EST. Interested parties should register for the webinar online now. Webinar registration link:

“Our responsibility as a company in the life safety business during this recovery phase is to serve and educate our customers,” said Jeremy Bates, President of Bates Security. “Our focus is to help keep our customers, employees, and communities safe, healthy, and protected.”

About Bates Security
Pat and Sonny Bates purchased Sonitrol of Lexington in 1984 and shortly thereafter began ADR Security Services, later rebranded to Bates Security. Today, the operations are driven by the Bates’ sons, Jeremy and Bryan. The team has built Bates Security into the largest, privately-owned company based in Kentucky and has opened/acquired three branch offices since 2016. Bates Security was awarded Small Business of the Year by Commerce Lexington, Dealer of the Year by SDM Magazine, and is currently ranked at #42 on SDM’s list of Top 100 Security Companies. Visit to learn more.

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