AusHealth Trained Nurses Now On-site Performing Thermal Screens and Temperature Checks

AusHealth Work Nurse Brenda Performing On-site Thermal Screens
Protecting Your Employees, Customers and Business.

With the ongoing COVID-19 situation evolving, Australian businesses must implement risk mitigation and contingency measures to ensure staff safety, product hygiene, and business continuance.

AusHealth Work was in the Perth CBD today with one of the largest companies in Australia performing on-site thermal screens and temperature checks on those identified as having an elevated surface temperature.

Thermal screening is a rapid, non-invasive and cost-efficient control measure that can help businesses to mitigate their risk on the work site.

AusHealth Work used advanced infrared thermal imaging devices enabling our staff to identify any personnel displaying an elevated surface temperature. These potentially at-risk employees were identified and screened in line with ISO/TR 13154:2017. Please contact our office 24/7 on 1800 633 838 to discuss your specific thermal screening requirements and how we can help protect your business, staff and customers during this time.

Nurses and midwives play a vital role in providing health services. These are the people who devote their lives to caring for mothers and children; giving lifesaving immunisations and health advice; looking after older people and meeting everyday essential health needs. AusHealth is proud of its nurses and acknowledges their dedicated hard work in this Year of the Nurse and the Midwife 2020. #yotn2020

Pictured: AusHealth Work Nurse Brenda Performing On-site Thermal Screening and Temperature Checks in Perth. 

Note: Thermal imaging devices cannot detect COVID-19, however they can detect an elevated surface temperature symptomatic of a fever. AusHealth Work performed the on-site tests with equipment and PPE supplied by the client. 

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