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While preparing to reopen offices, companies are assessing various screening programs to mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19. Symptom and temperature screening has been endorsed by the White House and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , as well as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Some citys even require employers to conduct regular temperature checks on employees.
For example, Beijing requires certain critical and non-critical businesses to conduct daily temperature checks and monitor employees’ symptoms, and employers with 50 or more employees at one location must implement stations for symptom screenings and temperature checks.
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02. June 22th-30th, if you buy ourproducts,2 sets of 5 inches Temperature screeningkiosk will be shipped with the goods.
Temperature screening can be conducted in a number of ways. Employers could require employees to take their own temperatures at home, designate one or more employees to manually conduct the screenings on-site or employ an automated no-contact screening method. A number of technologies are available for no-contact temperature screening, such as infrared scanners (raygun-like devices aimed at a person's forehead which estimates the body’s internal temperature), facial recognition and thermal scanning devices.
While these devices are a convenient way to monitor employees for fevers and mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace, companies should be mindful that collecting information through temperature screening devices could come with heightened privacy obligations due to the potential sensitivity of the information.