3 Oct 2021 - Melbourne

Returning your staff to the workplace safely

Even after we are at 80% vaccinated, social distancing will be required as we get back to work and try to return to some level of normality. And for those not yet immune, contact tracing is needed to help prevent flare-ups.

The Australian Federal Government has developed “The National COVID-19 Safe Workplace Principles and it states, “All workers, regardless of their occupation or how they are engaged, have the right to a healthy and safe working environment.” We believe other countries will also come out with something similar.

Join us on this webinar we will cover:

  • Australia’s National COVID-19 safe workplace principles (NCSWP)
  • What Social Distancing & Contact Tracing means
  • How this helps in addressing the NCSWP challenges
  • Reinforcing best practices and avoiding virus flare ups
  • The detailed alerts and reporting

Date: Wednesday , 13th October 2021 Time: 12PM (AEST)

The Solution

Our Social Distancing and Contact Tracing Solutions use a device (tag) worn by employees to help enforce Australia’s National COVID-19 Safe Workplace Principles and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for social distancing and automates contact tracing.

The tags communicate with each other autonomously, without supervisory control. Data collected by the tags is communicated to our cloud-based software system, which analyses contact information and manages the tags. Fast, affordable, simple to use.

The Solution Benefits

  • Deployed in hours, not weeks, months or years
  • Small sleek tags worn as wrist straps, pendants or key fobs
  • Long lasting rechargeable battery
  • Easy sanitisation of the tags
  • Centralised cloud or on premise management
  • Distance and duration settings
  • Analytics tools for behaviours and trends
  • Integrates securely with government databases and 3rd party applications

Please feel free to share this invitation and if you can't make this day and time, please register and we will send you a recording of this session.

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