It is important to note that iSelfCheck implements a corporate facility entry policy and does not provide any medical or health advice, recommendation or direction.
iSelfCheck is an enabler for a managed, post-pandemic, return-to-work process. It combines a collaborative, employee self-certification with a touch-free fever (skin temperature) scan access control system.
iSelfCheck gives employees and employers a collaborative platform that enables a joint, auditable, best effort to ensure a healthy workplace.
As we make our way toward relaxing Covid-19 lockdowns, we must address the issues employees are concerned about when returning to their offices. The traditional aspects of modern workplaces, both office and industrial, will have to change in order to decrease the risk associated with the return of our employees to their normal workplaces.
Wearing masks, keeping at a distance from colleagues, and disinfecting the workspaces are often not enough to give employees confidence that the spread of infection is under control.
iSelfCheck gives employees and employers a simple collaborative platform that lets them make a best effort to ensure a healthy workplace.
Before an employee enters a company location, they use the mobile app to self-certify that they are healthy and feeling well. By collecting employee responses to a short survey, which takes less than ten seconds to complete, the mobile app flags potential risks, according to rules that are set by the company. The content of the survey is managed by the company and can be modified at any time, as guidance on related symptom and information becomes public.
The mobile app gives every employee a QR code that is used as a unique entry ID at the office entry point. If the survey reports a combination of symptoms that are associated with an elevated risk of infection, according to the policy set by the company, the mobile app will advise the employee to stay home.
Each organization can modify the rules of what combination of symptoms are acceptable or not. This is essential, as the information we have and the government directions we receive change on an almost daily basis.
At the office entrance employees present their QR code to the iSelfCheck terminal. If they meet the entrance criteria, based on their self-certification, they stand for a few seconds in front of the thermal scan camera.. If their temperature is not elevated the iSelfCheck terminal will display “Admitted” and the employee may enter the office.
The iSelfCheck terminal allows manual temperature entry, if the company does not feel that the cost of the no-touch thermal skin temperature hardware is justified. It can be replaced with a traditional, physical thermometer and the measured temperature can be entered manually.
Using a thermal camera system is recommended because it is completely no-touch and provides faster entry processing, however it is not required.
The iSelfCheck web application and manager’s admin panel offers the flexibility to create custom surveys and entry rules. The system generates a concise, real time dashboard about the self-certified health status of your employees and the entry counts per location. You own your data and can download it at any time.
Although iSelfCheck was created to support the return-to-work process necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is an investment with long-term value. It provides risk-mitigation as a self-certified health controls office entry system and as a general employee real-time, self-reported health tracker system.
As an added side benefit, iSelfCheck allows you to see, in the early hours of the day, how many of your employees are planning to be at work that day, or are not feeling well. This information can be used and integrated with existing workforce planning and scheduling systems to optimize and reschedule upcoming shifts and temporary workers.
iSelfCheck consists of an employee mobile app, a web application with an admin panel and reporting dashboard for the company operations and HR management, a kiosk-style windows software for each office entrance and optionally, an integrated thermal skin temperature camera system.
Deployment of the system takes les than an hour and can be done completely remotely. A low-power desktop computer or laptop running any version of Windows 10 with a standard USB web camera can be used for the entry terminal. An additional free IUSB port is required for the thermal scanning camera. We offer remote installation, management, and support through TeamViewer, Zoom, GoToMeeting or any equivalent system that allows screen sharing and remote keyboard and mouse control.