Preparing for the “New Normal” with New Technologies

As we approach three full months of working from home, our concern has shifted to creating a safe and healthy working environment for the “new normal.”
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As we approach three full months of working from home, our concern has shifted to creating a safe and healthy working environment for the “new normal.” Before we think about welcoming back our team and clients, it is our biggest priority that we apply policies and procedures that will protect every individual that steps into our offices.

This includes a slow transition with only a few office members at a time, increased sanitation, social distancing in community areas, and temperature checks. 

To help us ensure these procedures are carried out efficiently and effectively, we will be implementing a new and innovative technology solution by HAVRION! HAVRION’s ThermalID Solution provides an easy-to-install display created specifically for maintaining a safe work environment by monitoring a critical COVID-19 symptom confidentially. The display collects the temperature of everyone who enters the building, taking the awkward questions and concerns out of the equation.

This new solution provides businesses like UDT with the necessary guidance to accommodate and adjust the new processes and policies to maintain a healthy workplace by providing a positive experience before, during, and after every interaction.

We look forward to welcoming our UDT family back to the offices using the most effective and up-to-date safety technologies. Wondering how UDT can help your organization adapt to the “new normal?” Contact us today!

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Let’s build success together. 

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  1. Determine which systems were impacted and immediately isolate them. Take the network offline at the switch level or physically unplug the systems from the wired or wireless network.
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