Creating safe workplaces that employees can return to confidently is a daunting task.
On top of establishing a response plan, refining policies, ensuring compliance with state and federal laws, HR teams must also stay mindful of their fundamental responsibilities to provide a place of employment free from recognized hazards that may cause serious physical harm.
A variety of screening procedures have been proposed and adopted that can help reduce the risk of individuals bringing the virus into a location such as daily symptom questioning, temperature testing, thermal imaging and soon, potential on-site virus testing.
But how can you operationalize this testing to record and physically enforce daily test results to grant or prevent entry into your workplace?
Kastle Systems, the largest managed security services provider to commercial businesses, has developed an innovative solution, KastleSafeSpaces, that employs touchless physical access control to integrate with virus-screening and contact tracing processes to enable administrators to confidently rollout a safe return to the office.
KastleSafeSpaces configures Kastle Access Control systems to integrate with the various mainstream coronavirus testing methods so that daily test results are implemented instantly into physical access rights at the credential level for the individual on that day. Safe workers are allowed in, potentially unsafe workers are not.
Kastle's approach focuses on integrating technology with new processes to immediately accelerate four major shifts happening within buildings. These include:
MAKE EVERYTHING TOUCHLESS
SCREEN IN AND SCREEN OUT INFECTION
MONITOR OCCUPANCY FOR CONTACT TRACING
MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCING
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