Checkpoint is check-in/check-out software that provides your organization with the assurance that you can identify and confirm the location of children at any time, and especially in the case of an emergency. Parents check in their kids at a workstation (either a manned computer or an unmanned kiosk). Checkpoint handles the rest.
This guide can help your leadership and staff decide when and how to integrate Checkpoint for the first time. The guide can help you understand check-in systems, Checkpoint's features and capabilities, and how those features fit in with your larger safety and security plan.
Checkpoint is a very flexible program. We recommend that you design a check-in system and then use Checkpoint to implement that system. With that in mind, the sections Check-in Safety and Security and Designing a Check-in System cover generic check-in information.
If you have already created a check-in system, you can skip ahead to Assisted and Self Check-in Methods.
The Checkpoint Implementation guide covers the following:
- Checkpoint Overview
- Check-in Safety and Security
- Designing a Check-in System
- Assisted and Self Check-in Methods
- Locating Records at Check-in
- Arranging Check-in Stations
- Deciding How Many Check-in Stations You Need
- Security Rights for Check-In Stations
- Checkpoint Technical Requirements
- Integrating with ACS Groups
- Badges and Check-in Systems
- Pagers and Check-in Systems
- Checkpoint Implementation Suggestions
- Appendix A - Preparing Self Check-in Stations
- Appendix B - Preparing Assisted Check-in Stations
- Appendix C - Setting Up Dymo Printer
- Appendix D - Setting Up Zebra Printer
Some of the suggestions and recommendations are for informational purposes only. This guide is not intended to provide specific legal or risk management advice, nor are any suggested checklists or action plans intended to include or address all possible risk management exposures or solutions.
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