The Aurora, Colorado movie theater shooting brought a safety aspect to the forefront of people’s mind where they probably didn’t think of it before, movie theaters. Once it was in the media, the public began to realize just how confined theaters are and how security may not be up to par in these family friendly areas. Controlling access points can be one of the simplest ways to reduce the potential for crisis in your movie theater. Below are three ways that you can control access points for your theater and diminish the risk of crisis.
Do you utilize reinforced glass for your box or ticketing office? Your ticketing employees are likely some of the most vulnerable as they collect money and are a “check point” that guests must go through before accessing the rest of your facility. Reinforced glass is a protective barrier that keeps your employees safe from harm of others. It also provides a safe view point if an emergency happens. Employees behind the reinforced glass can give 9-1-1 information from a safe distance, if the need arises. Read More