A reliable system for monitoring visitor temperatures in care homes
Monitoring visitor temperatures in care homes is a necessary part of keeping people safe. Care Homes have had it really tough during the pandemic… frankly, hats off to them for coping so well under such difficult circumstances.
We’ve heard that some care homes are experiencing difficulties with hand-held thermometer devices used to monitor staff and visitors as they arrive and have needed to replace them a lot more often than they expected.
Not what you need, when you’re already under pressure.
Temperature monitoring system
One of our visitor management solutions is ideal for monitoring visitor temperatures in care homes and it is already being successfully used in the sector. The Olivetti Thermoscanner will take the skin temperature of people entering the building and detect whether they are wearing a face mask automatically. While it is not a scientific testing instrument for any form of illness it is ideal for monitoring staff and visitors for Covid safety purposes.
How it works
The Olivetti Thermoscanner is a simple system that is non-contact and checks visitors automatically.
Care Home case study
Glamorgan Care Home has recently installed one of these systems. Here’s what owner Jennifer Aplin had to say:
“Before we installed the Thermoscanner we were using hand-held devices for everybody entering the building and writing the details down on a sheet of paper. Now, all the staff and visitors are impressed with this new technology and how simple it is to keep records.”
Click here to read the full Glamorgan Care Home Case Study.
If you’d like to talk to us about monitoring visitor temperatures in care homes give us a call on Worcester 01905 721400 / Gloucester 01452 699400, use the webchat or email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if the Olivetti Thermoscanner could make life easier for you.
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