TDS are at the forefront to support global organisations' return to work with confidence. Our goal is to assist with an action plan to protect against the pandemic and effectively set best practices when reopening to protect your people, property, and assets.A Shift Towards Contactless Procedures
With the recent disruption to daily life from the Covid-19 pandemic, TDS has enhanced the workflow capabilities of our TDS Visitor solution to provide global organisations with a contactless check-in procedure for back-to-work practices, preparing for a workplace post-pandemic.
As we now know, limiting human contact is one sure way to slow down the spread of Covid-19. Creating a contactless experience across all industries is the way forward.
How Contactless Check-in Will Work for TDS Visitor
At TDS, we have enhanced our multiple TDS Visitor workflows to provide global organisations with a revised and effective workflow for our visitor management solution, whether the visitor is pre-registered and issued an invitation, or a walk-in visitor to your facility. By doing this, we are ensuring that the check-in process remains a contactless one.
In order to minimise risk and limit touching surfaces, our fully contactless check-in process combines the standard TDS Kiosk, a mobile check-in platform and geolocation technology. Users can avail of contactless check-in by scanning the QR code located on the kiosk in the lobby on their arrival. This will then prompt them to complete the check-in process on their personal device.
TDS Visitor for All Personnel, Not Just Visitors
As countries and companies will begin to return to work throughout the next few months, TDS Visitor check-in kiosks will now be fully adaptable to take account of all members of personnel entering and exiting your site if required, including employees, contractors, guests, etc, and not just visitors. When entering and exiting the site, each person will be screened with a number of questions relating to their health and movement over the previous weeks.
This will be a necessary action to take for all organisations who value the safety of their site and the people within it so that there is as limited risk as possible for further spread of the virus.
Organisations will now need a secure way of monitoring every person who enters their facility post-pandemic to ensure the future stability of their organisation while there still may be certain restrictions in place in their region.
Moving Forward and Planning for a Post-Pandemic Workplace
Following this pandemic, it takes a lot of personal effort for people to stick by restricted guidelines of sanitisation and social distancing in order to uphold their part in keeping themselves and others safe. TDS have planned for people returning to work and feeling as safe as possible in doing so with the secure contactless check-in workflow we have now implemented. The information provided by all personnel entering each facility will be the most important aspect to making sure this updated contactless solution will be fully effective.
Building a safe and secure workplace for each personnel's return to the workplace is TDS' number one priority right now. Preparation is key to making sure that each person can organisation can make a smooth and comfortable return. TDS will be continuing to do their utmost to ensure that all necessary alterations to our product are done with the future of workplaces in mind as we begin our return to a new normal following the Covid-19 pandemic.
TDS Have Now Launched a "Return To Work" Support Action Plan!
At this time of a global pandemic and social distancing, visitor management protocol and digital workplace solutions are more important now than ever. TDS want to make sure that each person is prepared to make a safe and secure return to their regular working life in the coming weeks and months.
Click the link below to book a free consultation with one of our company specialists to learn all about the actions TDS are taking and how our Visitor Management software can future-proof your facility following the Covid-19 pandemic.