No way you can justify closing an alarm without putting an eyeball on it, but sorry Alain that comment about pictures made me laugh out loud. On any given day my company (nowhere near a Fortune 500 company) has roughly anywhere between 1,000-2,000 contract production employees working in our facilities around the world. That is on top of our 7,000 employees. Many of these contract employees come from a sub-vendor of a vendor we employee to staff temporary production spots. Meaning the 1,000 employees that are here this week may not be the same 1,000 next week (luckily the majority are the same week to week, but not month to month). Factoring in the limited Security presence at some of our facilities, the immense turn over in these contract employees and the time/cost of trying to get an actual photo of each it is not even remotely feasible.
While this does not sound like a manufacturing company you have to figure between deliveries, contractors, hilo/lift drivers, custodial, food services, etc. etc. etc. they have the same issue. Plus if they will not even pay to fix a glass break no way they are going to pay for pictures and staff to manage the database.