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Temperature Screening for Employees & Guests

A Comparison of Manual vs. Automated Temperature Screenings for COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regularly updates strategies for organizations launching initiatives to resume normal or phased business operations, and the recommendations for engineering and administrative controls, as well as personal protective equipment (PPE), are standards companies should follow to help prevent spread in the workplace.

In addition to enumerating best practices that include physical and operational considerations, conducting hazard assessments, improving ventilation, and reconfiguring floor space to accommodate effective social distancing are considerations while employees are at work. It is essential for any business to implement policies and practices by providing face coverings, enforcing social distancing guidelines, and staggering shifts among all employees.

"The CDC encourages companies to consider conducting daily health checks, including temperature checks and symptom screening, which can be done in-person or virtually, manually or with technology."

In this whitepaper we cover the benefits and drawbacks of manual vs. automated methods of temperature screening. 


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