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|for places where there are humans that guard a barrier|
|Used on these elements|
|Status: in use|
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For places where there are humans that guard a barrier (e.g. a security guard, doorman, gate keeper). Normally used in conjunction with barrier=* to note further detail about a barrier.
- barrier:personnel=yes there is usually a human there (e.g. to open a gate or control access permissions), (use with a temporal condition where applicable). If the human is required to pass the barrier, use additional instead of yes.
- barrier:personnel=no as far as you know there is no guards (use with a temporal condition where applicable)
- barrier:personnel=additional you must pass the human (automatic access control alone doesn't get you in)
- barrier:personnel:operator=* operating security company or police / military
- Proposed_features/New_barrier_types original proposal
- security_desk=(yes/no) — has a few hundred uses from a French import; used on indoors’ emergency=defibrillator to describe if there’s an operator’s affiliated "security post" nearby or not.
- security_guard=(yes/no) — undocumented, but has 263 uses from a single city in India