How to keep track of the number of people in my building? Simplify Counting people!

My Post (10)Do you need to simplify the process of counting people in your building?

As we continue to move forward to the future beyond COVID the next phase of questions coming from customers is how do we manage to track the number of people in the building, can we track how many people on each floor of the building, how can we be sure we do not get too many people in reception/lobby and meeting rooms? What are the building occupancy limits?

What are the benefits of tracking people’s numbers in your building? Why should I even care? Every building has limits on the capacity of people, every level has limits on how many people can be on the level. Since COVID the number of people in a building, across one or many floors in the building has significantly reduced. What are your limits? Should you start counting how many people are in your building? Should you start counting how many people are on level 23?

Do you need to know how many people on each level in your building?

The great news is you can do this with your visitor management system. Book in a demonstration

  • Live visibility on how many people in each area of your business, employees, visitors, contractors, and volunteers
  • Allow employees to see occupancy levels live through the intranet before driving 45 minutes to the office only to be told there is no capacity.
  • Set capacity limits in each section.
  • Traditional retail people counting systems start at $5000 per floor and they do not include visitor and contractor management. Do you need to count people?
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Coronavirus: Manage deploying working from home

My Post (1).pngWith no end in sight to COVID-19, for many people, a period of remote work is looking more and more inevitable. What we thought was the norm yesterday has changed and moved to a new norm today and so forth.

Many businesses are now implementing Working-from-Home (WFH) policies to ensure business continuity and to comply with the latest Government restrictions and advice.

Here are some tools companies can use to manage this new way of working using the latest technology with employee management systems;

  • Mobile App Sign in – allow your employees to sign on from home using their mobile phone and pinpoint their geo-location. You can ask them to select a pre-determined zone or add in a free text field ie. home address
              
  • Sign in Notifications – receive an email or SMS notification when your employees sign on and off for the day or you may choose just to view this data on a live dashboard.
  • Dashboards – have a clear view at any given time wherever you are of who is currently signed on or off in real-time data. View from your home PC or any smart device.
  • Online Working From Home Agreements – send out electronic WFH Safety Policies and Agreements that employees need to acknowledge. Send employees automated prompts if they haven’t completed the agreement before they commence WFH (this is an automated check upon sign in using the mobile app).
  • Questionnaires upon sign-on – build a questionnaire to be completed daily when employees sign-on. You can easily change the questions instantly for another day. All the data is collated into a spreadsheet and you can trigger actions automatically based on answers to any of these questions.

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