Sometimes it doesn’t take complicated technology to protect yourself in a school lockdown situation. As a school administrator, it’s your responsibility to make sure your students and staff are safe and sometimes it can seem like spending money on the most high-tech solutions is the best way to go. Unfortunately, your school’s budget may not allow that.
While surveillance systems and apps and alerts and monitoring programs can all help prevent lockdowns and deter active shooters, when the moment actually comes, barricading yourself and the students you are responsible for against danger is the most important thing. And with the Nightlock Classroom Door Barricade, you don’t have to break the budget to stay safe.
Affordability is only one of the perks to having the Nightlock Door Barricade in your school.
Lock the Door from Inside– You can slip Nightlock Lockdown into place from inside your classroom and avoid exposing yourself and everyone in the room.
Fast and Easy– Theold staple for barricading a classroom door used to be pushing all the furniture in the classroom against the door. This method though can take a lot of time, isn’t always reliable and can also get students riled up and induce panic. The Nightlock Barricade takes seconds to slip into place and uses the strength of the floor to keep the door from being pushed open for kicked in.
Eliminate Weaknesses- Many classroom doors have windows, these windows are breakable and allow intruders to break them, reach in, and unlock the classroom door. Nightlock is an extra step of protection against this weak spot. Once in place, it keeps the door locked and cannot be reached since it connects on the floor.
Versatile- The Nightlock Door Barricade can be used on any door, no matter the facility, making it perfect for buildings with multiple break-off rooms including schools, daycares and college dorms.
Affordable- Unlike expensive technology, the Nightlock door brace is affordable enough to have on every door.
Place the Barricade’s locking mechanism by the door or near a teacher’s desk for the easiest access and keep your classroom protected even in the scariest situations.