Non-Contact Body Temperature Scanner and Platform (Single-Person)

Reduce the risk of employees and customers being exposed to COVID-19

  • Complies with U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) COVID-19 Policy
  • Non-Contact Touchless Scanning
  • +/-0.5°F Accuracy for use in the fight against COVID-19
  • 0.1 of a second scans keeps lines from forming
  • Suitable for adjunct use in public areas, entrances, doorways
  • Configurable Door Access Control
  • In Stock: Configured and ships from California

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Reduce the risk of employees and customers being exposed to COVID-19

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  • New: Body Temperature Thermal Camera System, Learn More

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Develop and implement appropriate policies, in accordance with Federal, State, and local regulations and guidance, and informed by industry best practices, regarding:

  • Social distancing and protective equipment
  • Temperature checks
  • Sanitation
  • Use and disinfection of common and high-traffic areas
  • Business travel

Monitor workforce for indicative symptoms. Do not allow symptomatic people to physically return to work until cleared by a medical provider.

Develop and implement policies and procedures for workforce contact tracing following employee COVID+ test.

Near the entrance where workers load into buses and head out to the fields, they now pause to have their body temperatures checked by a scanner that resembles a small tablet on a stand. Sometimes they lean down and in until they get the go-ahead: “Your body temperature is normal,” a voice confirms.

The workers get checked twice a day, before they head to work and when they return, Rossi said. Along the walls, signage in Spanish reminds the workers of the symptoms of COVID-19 and guidelines for maintaining distance. So far, no field workers have tested positive for the virus, Rossi said.

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