3 Steps To Prepare For The Employee Who Contracts Coronavirus

 

(1) Monitor

(2) Respond

(3) Reintroduce

 

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Employer Responsibilities and 11 Steps to Prepare the Workplace for Returning Workers

As businesses plan for the return of workers, they should understand the regulatory landscape and create a proactive plan. If unprepared, employers risk exposure to workers comp., negligence, unfair labor, privacy, and discrimination claims (1)....

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10 Questions for Issuing an RFP for Social Distancing & Contact Tracing

As businesses reopen in a phased approach, worker safety needs to be a chapter in that plan. One of the simple measures employers can take is automated alerts to help employees maintain acceptable distance. These solutions can and should include...

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Gamification to Maintain Social Distancing

As people return to work, behaviors will need to change to maintain social distance. Principles of gamification can help.

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Learning Lessons from Spanish Flu

If history is any guide for the future, the 1918 flu pandemic (also know as the Spanish Flu) warns us not to let our guard down after the coronavirus peaks. While social distancing is now helping states and public health departments avoid a...

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CDC Recommends Social Distancing and Contact tracing

People want to get back to work and for the sake of the economy they must get back to work. Job gains over the last 10 years have been wiped out and as of April, 22M people have filed for unemployment. We are entering territory similar to the...

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RTLS Techniques to Comply with CDC Guidelines for COVID-19

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Healthcare Asset Tracking In Emergency Situations

Asset tracking is a well-known tool in healthcare settings to locate things like infusion pumps, beds and even wheelchairs. Locating this equipment during normal times saves time and prevents over-purchasing. But when our ERs and ICUs are overrun...

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Traditional Barriers to RTLS Adoption Are Shattered with BLE 5.1

Limitations of WiFi-based RTLS

Many years ago, a sales rep brought a customer opportunity to me. This customer wanted to track the bolts in a bin. I explained how WiFi-based RTLS worked and asked the 3 fundamental qualifying questions:

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Navigating the “Panic Button” Mandate Around the Corner

Assuming you live and breathe current topics and trends in hospitality like we do, it’s a given that you’ve shared conversations with your peers about how rapidly your world is changing. As a quick exercise, it took me about a minute to jot down...

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