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This entry was posted on May 8, 2012.
One of the most popular items to be used with flexible badge holders is the lanyard that keeps an identification card in place. Most employees are familiar and comfortable with the use of this small bit of security, even though they don't know what the name of the item is. However, lanyards have become more popular with employers who are looking for a more secure environment for their employees, since the information age has made it a great way to steal company secrets by impersonating an associate. It is far easier for employees to use these simple ropes or cords in order to prominently display their credentials and it also makes is harder to misplace a badge.
The lanyard itself was invented a long time ago, but was not used in combination with flexible badge holders for security purposes until recently. This is simply because companies were looking for a new way to have employees keep their ID handy and also help to tighten security as well. This has made it easier for security personnel who monitor entrances in person, and for those machines that require a keycard to swipe in order to access the building. A badge holder can be used to provide easy access for an employee identification card.
There are even occasions when the lanyard has been used to attach keys or something of a similar nature to have handy access to when needed. Many colleges and universities are now requiring flexible badge holders to be attached to this handy clip on a small rope to be used for all of their employees to help with name recognition. For high schools, it makes it easy to identify teachers in a crowded hallway. There are a great variety of uses for this versatile device, and the number continues to grow as more companies are becoming cognizant of this fact. Students can even attend their schools games with their ID in a flexible badge holder on the lanyard. The ticket keeper simply has to scan the badge displayed for admission to the game.
This makes it easier for everyone involved, and helps to know who is actually there. This is important as security has tightened up on even something as innocuous as a high school football game. A flexible badge holder can help companies in creating a much more secure atmosphere, since they allow the identification card prominently displayed on the end of a lanyard for every employee.