Bearacade’s B2 Lockdown Wins Best Physical Security Equipment

Bill Cushwa accepting the award for the B2 Intruder Lockdown Device
BEST 2016 Physical Security Equipment for school and office safety by Campus Safety Magazine. Bill Cushwa accepting the award for the B2 Intruder Lockdown Device

The B2 by Bearacade was recognized as BEST 2016 Physical Security Equipment at the recent Campus Safety Conference on July 25 at the Gaylord Hotel in National Harbor, Maryland. Campus Safety Magazine and CampusSafetyMagazine.com exclusively serve campus police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency managers, and executive administrators involved in the public safety and security of major hospitals, schools, and universities in the United States.

The B2 by Bearacade was recognized as BEST 2016 Physical Security Equipment for school and office safety at the recent Campus Safety Conference
BEST 2016 Physical Security Equipment for school and office safety by Campus Safety Magazine

The featured product, B2, deploys quickly and easily on any interior, inward-swinging door in the event of a hostile intruder emergency lockdown to prevent the door from opening and protect occupants of a room until safety forces arrive.  Already in place in dozens of settings, the B2 is designed for commercial, institutional, government, medical, worship, and workplace settings.

As a BEST Award winner, Bearacade’s B2 product will be highlighted in the October issue of Campus Safety Magazine as well as online.

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For more information on how Bearacade can improve school safety and office safety, please call 855-350-2321, visit http://www.doorbearacade.com or email info@doorbearacade.com.

Bearacade logoBearacade® and B2™: Invented, developed, and manufactured in Ohio, Bearacade Lockdown Response Systems are designed to protect classrooms and offices during a hostile intruder or active shooter event when it is safer to take shelter than evacuate. Bearacade is the only device that conforms completely to Ohio House Bill 64, alerts administration and safety personnel, and allows for full code compliance on a daily basis.