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SISCO’s Visitor Management is Essential to Keeping Employees and Visitors Safe During a Pandemic

Due to COVID-19, organizations nationwide are reevaluating policies, assessing how to safeguard their facility, protect employees, and provide a secure environment for visitors. Many are looking to SISCO, the leader in visitor management systems since 1994, for guidance on alleviating workplace concerns and mitigating the spread of contagious illnesses. Companies now recognize the importance of real-time visitor reporting at the click of a button.

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SISCO’s visitor management systems ensure every individual in a facility has completed a precautionary health questionnaire and has been screened for elevated body temperatures using the FAST-PASS integrated thermal camera. Each feature is customizable by the end user, although most users follow the CDC’s recommendations such as not granting access to visitors with a temperature exceeding 100.4o F (38.0o C).

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“When a visitor is given a badge, every individual they encounter is immediately reassured that proper safety measures were taken before allowing them into the facility. In today’s world, the peace of mind visitor management systems provide is almost as valuable as the software itself,” says SISCO CEO Anthony Zagami.

The technology also resolves concerns beyond the initial registration process. The ability to set limitations on maximum concurrent visitors for each room or specified floor within a facility is now in high demand. Knowing who is in the building, their location, and who they have encountered is instrumental in creating a visitor interaction timeline if an event or outbreak occurs.

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