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Some Ideas to help you and your employees get back to work

We know a lot of small and medium businesses are struggling due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic and currently a lot of these business are closed or operating at a limited capacity. At SATIR Europe we had to implement measures to help protect our staff such as allowing office staff work from home, introduce staggered lunch breaks and rearrange the production area so our production staff are complying with social distancing. So we thought we share some ideas that when restrictions begin to ease that some small and medium sized businesses may want to introduce to protect their staff and business from the coronavirus. 

Promote Best Hygiene Practices 

We would recommend management teams and business owners make sure best hygiene practices are being observed. Hand Sanitizers should be installed at various points in the workplace and hand sanitizer should have at least 60% alcohol in them as recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Posters should be placed in the workplace to remind employees to use hand sanitizers and promote good hygiene practices. Below is a link to the Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) Coronavirus posters that could be placed in your workplace. Points of contact such as door handles should be cleaned on a daily basis or where possible doors should be left opened to avoid employees needing to use handles.

Social Distancing

Social distancing is playing a big part in preventing the spread of the virus because if we can limit the number of people we come in contact with we may also be limiting the number of people who may get infected with the virus. At SATIR we have rearrange our offices and our production area to allow employees have 2 metres distance from each other. We have also introduced staggered lunch breaks to limit the number of staff in the canteen area and where possible we have allowed staff to work remotely from home. 

Fever Checks

Fever temperature checks are also being taken regularly on our employees and any visitors to the office. This is important to do as a fever is key sign of the Coronavirus, a fever is typically a temperature above 37.8°C. We also ask employees if they have a cough to report it to their manager and to stay at home.

Recommended Cameras for Fever Checks for SMEs

If your interested in introducing fever checks in your business, SATIR has two product recommendations the Hotfind-S and the D160 both are portable, mobile devices. These two products will also meet data protection and GDPR regulations as they take temperatures in a thermal mode and images do not need to be saved on the devices as they both have audible alarms.

Thermal Imaging Fever Screening Camera Model Hotfind-S

Hotfind-S Key Features

  • 384x288 IR Detector
  • 10℃ to 60℃ Temperature Measurement
  • Thermal accuracy of ±0.5°C
  • Dual Control via Touch Screen or Keypad
  • 3.5” LCD Tilting Screen

To learn more about the Hotfind-S visit 

Entry Level Thermal imaging camera for Fever Screening Model D160

D160F Key Features
  • 160x120 IR Detector
  • 5 Colour Palette Modes
  • Long Battery Life
  • Ergonomically Designed 
  • Removable SD Card

To Learn More about the D160F visit

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