While the COVID-19 pandemic affects all different types of businesses, the level of commitment each organization is ready to make is different. After assisting organizations with their efforts to put measures in place to safeguard staff and visitors since the Coronavirus outbreak, Savance has taken this experience and categorized the approaches into three different categories.
For the first tier, your objective is to replace paper logs with electronic ones and automate what might be very labor intensive and costly today. The system can alert someone if a person’s temperature is out of range or if they answer your configurable screening questions unfavorably. This is the most common COVID-19 screening approach and easy to implement.
Beyond alerting that someone falls out of acceptable range, Level 2 ensures that if people access the building but have not yet screened, staff is immediately alerted that unscreened staff has entered the building. This is done by integrating with the access control system to monitor door event activity, and, upon receiving a door event, making sure that the person was screened within the past configurable amount of time. This prevents you from relying on trust or manually auditing the work schedules and cross-referencing those to the screening records.
For the third level, the additional intention is to prevent access until the person is successfully screened for COVID-19. There are several different ways to accomplish this.