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Security: Visitors Policy & Procedures


In order to assure the safety and security of [Company Name] associates, its visitors and its property and to ensure that only authorized personnel have access to [Company Name] facilities, the following policies have been adopted.


Off-Duty Associates

Associates are not permitted access to the interior of the facility and other working areas during their off-duty hours.


All nonassociates on company property must be issued a visitor pass by the appropriate administrative associate or receptionist.

  • All visitors must sign in and out upon entering and leaving [Company Name] facilities.
  • All visitors will be issued a dated visitor's pass, which should be returned to the issuing party when signing out.
  • Any unauthorized visitor failing to secure a pass will be asked to leave the premises until a pass can be obtained.

Suppliers, Contractors, Delivery Personnel

All nonassociates on company property must be issued a visitor or contractor pass by the appropriate administrative associate or receptionist with the following exceptions:

  • Truck drivers will use their bill of lading as an acceptable ID; however, such persons shall not be permitted outside their normal areas of pickup and delivery without being escorted by an appropriate associate.
  • Delivery personnel (i.e., UPS, Federal Express, etc.) will be permitted to make their deliveries to the appropriate areas without a badge or pass, provided they do not go outside normal areas of pickup or delivery.
  • Individuals entering [Company Name] grounds for the purpose of picking up or dropping off individuals will not be allowed outside of their vehicles unless they have been provided an appropriate pass.


All associates and nonassociates are to comply with all safety rules, regulations and policies while on company property or in company vehicles. 


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