Steps You Must Take For Your Workplace to Be Safe For Reopening Again After COVID19

by Corporate Safety & Security Services Ltd Corporate Safety & Security Services Ltd
Before all your employees join after COVID19, make sure the necessary security measures are being strictly observed for full-fledged protection.

In Surrey, “staying alert” is among the prime new guidelines to be followed in Surrey. With lockdown slowly being eased out, several businesses, which even include the construction and manufacturing units, are taking steps to be reopened safely.

The Working Environment Should be Safe

As issued by the government, the guidance booklets are advising on the ways everyone should look up to their daily working lives post COVID19. Every working premise is having slightly different measures in place, but for major working lots, a similar procedure with additional health and safety measures for all their employees and clients is the top priority. Hygiene, hand sanitization, and a clean working environment will be provided easily at workplaces, while some premises are sure to need something more than just the hand sanitization station.

Installation of Recognition Entry Systems

The systems based on biometrics like iris readers are easily available in Surrey for the businesses willing to limit the number of people from touching the keypad to the access areas. The alternative to the iris reader is installing a facial recognition system through the CCTV. Then, using the database using Artificial Intelligence, the images can be matched. These systems are remarkably affordable and ensure a no-touch facility.

Keeping the Staff Safeguarded

Due to the recent events, some staff might need to work alone, work at night or a team could be needed for working at the high-risk security locations. So, to assure them of their security, consult the security service providers of Surrey. With their help, install the CCTV systems, get done remote monitoring services, and video safeguarding for effectively safeguarding and protecting while they are working.

Assuring Technical Security

Technology is extremely helpful for the business to operate at a safer level, and even they allow the staff to be monitored at the access points and of foot traffic to particular areas of your firm. Popular technology like intruder detection, access control systems, and CCTV Surveillance systems assist in employee and visitor tracking at the entrance and exit points. For preventing the COVID19 spread, almost all the education, healthcare, and business units have installed thermal cameras for protecting the students, the patients, the general public, and the staff. Just as the thermal cameras spot anyone with high temperature, either they are refused entry or are sent for a check-up or sent home and advised to be self-isolated. Every step is taken for preventing the coronavirus from spreading.

Denying Access

Restrictions could be required at the entrance points or your businesses' certain areas when the access control systems are highly recommended. The ideal is the cloud-based system as it efficiently places the restrictions which can be lifted easily or put for one or more persons.
The businesses, which have to record and limit their visitors, they provide the time windows for access as well as for management areas. For these instances, the access control systems are the perfect solution for the business owner to exert total control.

When are you thinking of re-opening your business and provide a ground for the employees to meet and greet each other? Or did you already open your business? Whatever may be the case, do not forget to restore the safety and security measures so that your entire unit is under protection.

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