Business Visitor Log Book: Sign in & Sign Out Log Book| 120-Pages | 8.5”x 11” Inches
Keeping a record of your visitors is paramount these days and this Business Visitor Log Book fits the bill nicely. It’s a large 8.5 x 11 inches in size with over 700 contact entries inside.
A plain, but stylish, cover that will sit professionally on your front desk. See the interior in the images below and scroll through the first 6 pages to get a better idea of its contents.
- Genre – Log Book | Business | Visitors
- Book Size – 8.5 inches x 11 inches
- Date, Name, Sign-in, Sign-out, Phone Number, Email and Signature
- 700+ Entries
- Print – White Paper with Black Type
- Cover – Black, Matte
- Total Pages – 120
Front Desk Security Log Book
Taking a visitors contact details is an important part of any business. With this Business Visitor Log Book you can see at a glance who is on the premises and who has left. Along with contact details that can be used for track and trace reasons if ever the need comes to contact them during a health crisis.
[Please take note of the GDPR guidelines to be fully congruent with keeping a visitors details.]
For an easy sign-in and sign-out log book, this large matte paperback visitors register will keep you informed of who, when and where your visitors are on your premises.
Guard Your Visitors Book
As the 2018 GDPR guidelines kicked in for personal data, it became a bit of a minefield. Anyone can insist their details be scratched from record as soon as their details are no longer required.
This can cause a heap of problems for small businesses who need to keep a record of their visitors whereabouts. For instance, a visitor can demand their contact details be ripped out of a visitors book as soon as they leave the building. This could mean ripping the whole page out and destroying it there and then. But how do you keep tabs on those visitors who have signed in, but not yet left the building?
Although this is a very rare scenario, it’s important to know it can occur. So what’s the best way to deter this from happening?
Keep your visitor book away from grabbing hands. If someone took off with your log book, it could trigger a data privacy breach. Keep your logbook, if possible, under lock and key.
Next, inform the visitor that you need their details for health and safety reasons in case of fire. If they aren’t too happy about that, then assure them their details will be erased when they have left the premises. They can demand to see evidence of the erasing of their contact details.
Although this is truly rare, there are people who simply distrust anyone holding personal details about them, however short the visit might be.
Inform your visitor why you need their details and ask their permission beforehand.
Many people think the GDPR guidelines only need to be served on digital platforms, but this is not true. All personal details, however recorded, fall into the GDPR rules.