As the UK workforce commences its gradual return to normality, Contour is excited to introduce its latest product to the market – the Health Check Station.
The Health Check Station acts as a ‘check point’ for all employees and visitors as they enter a public building – for work or other purposes.
Designed to be placed in reception areas – upon entry into the main building – users can simply stand at the station to receive a temperature reading. This will then determine whether they are well enough to enter the main building.
The visual signage of the Health Check Station provides users with basic prompts on how to control the spread of infection, whilst the ‘document slot’ can be used to help keep on top of important information – such as registers and timesheets.
The Health Check Station is fitted with a durable Perspex screen that contains a small cut out to allow for the use of a digital thermometer.
The Perspex screen provides the individual responsible for carrying out the temperature check to maintain a recommended level of protection.
Government guidelines state if you experience any COVID-19 symptoms, you must self-isolate for at least seven days. Unfortunately, a high temperature is difficult to identify, particularly when compared to other flu-like symptoms associated with the virus (for example, a cough or cold).
By checking the temperature of an employee, visitor or any user entering a public building – the Health Check Station could help to control the spread of this deadly infection.
As with most of Contour’s products, the Health Check Station is protected by BioCote: a unique antimicrobial that helps to combat a wide range of dangerous bacteria, including MRSA and E.coli.
To learn more about BioCote, click here.
Over the next few months, business owners, managers and other professionals will be seeking solutions to help make their establishment as safe as possible.
To learn more about the Health Check Station, contact one of Contour’s experts today.
Contour can be contacted at;
Tel: 01952 290 498
Email: [email protected]
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