Temperature Monitoring in the Workplace
Updated: Sep 17
Thermal screening is a reasonable measure to protect a workplace from a potential outbreak. One of the basic symptom that is consistent with COVID-19 is an elevated body temperate that is over 100.4℉. Workplaces around the country have begun implementing routine fever screening for their employees and visitors by using automated, non touch temperature screening systems to mitigate the risk of a potential outbreak.
Thermal testing is non-invasive, produces instant screenings ad results, and provides a first line of defense approach against one of the primary symptoms of COVID-19 and other infectious diseases.
Thermal Proximity Systems (TPS) offers a suite of fever screening solutions that use thermal imaging to help organizations mitigate against the spread of the coronavirus. The thermal imaging technology provides an automated approach to detect human temperatures and provide an alert should it identify an individual with an elevated temperature. To enable use in different situations, the technology has been developed in several formats from handheld devices to mounted cameras and standalone systems.
TPS's team of safety specialists offer best practice guidelines and procedures to help organizations manage individuals with elevated body temperatures. For instance, a potential infected individual is flagged for an elevated temperature. That individual could be redirected to a safe area for a secondary screening before determining if access will be allowed or denied. Our fever-screening solutions paired with these guidelines, will allow organizations to protect their employees and visitors by minimizing the risk of spreading COVID-19 infections.
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