What is an Access Controller?

An Access Controller is the term given to the person who is responsible for swiping cardholders in and out at a worksite. 

They can also check job roles and competencies to ensure site compliance, view work restrictions, as well as deny access to site. This is done by scanning a worker's RIW card using the RIW App.  

An Access Controller could be for example, but not limited to: the Track Force Protection Coordinator, Protection Officer, or the Site Supervisor.

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