General Chat Thread, Registers for Fire/Evacuation in General; Originally Posted by sonofsanta
Aye, there is that - not thought of that benefit when it came to Progresso etc. ...
2nd February 2012, 01:32 PM #16
Originally Posted by sonofsanta
Good luck getting on your wireless when your switches start melting! Unless your forking out for the 3G models, then you have the perils of reception; I'd bet if your standing next to a brick+metal building that's on fire you won't be getting much of a signal, if nothing else because 400 students just got out their mobiles to tweet their facebook and upload the pics of the school burning.
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2nd February 2012, 01:43 PM #17
Exactly as above except we have a signing out sheet on a clipboard per year group. Pupils can't get out of school without going through reception so it works quite well. In the event of a fire pupils assemble by tutor group and fire marshalls sweep their assigned area to ensure the building has been evacuated.
Originally Posted by liamvaughan
2nd February 2012, 01:49 PM #18
With your proxy/smoothwall box/other kit needed to talk to the outside world going up in flames?
Originally Posted by GREED
2nd February 2012, 01:51 PM #19
I've seen *Primary* schools with a laminated class list - teacher does the electronic registration and simultaneously updates that list with washable (not too washable) pen at the same time. Laminated list lives on wall inside one of those cheap transparent A4 wallet thingies and goes outside with them when alarm goes off.
All the logic in that works for me.
2nd February 2012, 01:56 PM #20
On a similar note, does anyone have an electronic signing in for staff and/or visitors? If so what do you do fire reg wise in that case?
I ask as we're currently looking into such a thing. My thought was a dedicated receipt printer connected to a big red button or in an ideal world the fire alarm.
2nd February 2012, 02:04 PM #21
We're having this at the moment, i was looking at getting ID cards with RFID chips in them and staff scanning themselves in, then in the event of a fire download this list to a tablet/pda/smartphone or print it so we can check staff off. At the moment we have an In/Out sign in board with peoples names but staff are a little lax with signing themselves in and it's a pain then carrying these boards outside
Originally Posted by bladedanny
3rd February 2012, 12:19 PM #22
Definitely worth checking out inVentry - nicely packaged system for visitor management, and handles staff / pupils too... It was designed by a school Network Manager, so is built specifically for schools...
Originally Posted by Pyroman
3rd February 2012, 01:12 PM #23
We've designed one in house in php and sql so it's just the hardware we're looking for.
Originally Posted by RichCowell
3rd February 2012, 07:50 PM #24
@SteveBentley good come back, but I will raise you with: 3G access or via iPad?
Originally Posted by SteveBentley
6th February 2012, 04:46 PM #25
It would probably be cheaper to implant children with rfid tags and sensors on all entraces.......
Originally Posted by GREED
6th February 2012, 05:10 PM #26
We have ID cards for staff, visitors and sixth form. We use some software called TimeNet which links the swiping machines into the fire alarm system. As soon as the alarm sounds it auto prints a register to a printer in reception. Works well here
6th February 2012, 07:57 PM #27
Cheaper, but less ethical? Lol
Originally Posted by Rydra
7th February 2012, 11:29 AM #28
We are a small place and have laminated sheets by the DHM office. Tutors know who is around and if someone is not there are then checked with the signout sheets that admin hold.
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