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Contact traceability reporting is the latest feature to be added to ACT365, the cloud-based access control and video management system. The latest feature to the award-winning cloud system carries a wealth of features and benefits primed toward helping system-users adhere to new health and safety standards due to COVID-19.

For instance, thanks to contact traceability reporting, users of ACT365 can now successfully:

  • Track potentially infected employees and the doors they enter
  • See people who entered the same door/room
  • Contact any employee with details from an exported Excel report via ACT365
  • Monitor doors that require cleaning or disinfecting

Create a safer environment

ACT365’s contract traceability reporting will help businesses create a safer and cleaner environment for their staff. System users can now remotely monitor their office from anywhere in the world, including tracking international travelers to their site.

How it works:

  • Employee No.1 self identifies as having contracted COVID-19 and makes a call to their office manager.
  • The employee indicates they have had the virus for 14 days.
  • The office manager obtains the employee details (cardholder ID) from ACT365.
  • The office manager enters the traceability report in ACT365 with details of Employee No.1 and enters the required date range.
  • The office manager generates a report and exports it to Excel. This report identifies all affected doors and employees who entered a room the infected employee entered in the past two weeks.
  • The office manager calls or emails all potentially infected persons and issues advisory information to self-isolate for a period of time.
  • The office manager instructs the cleaning staff to disinfect all doors of the affected room.
  • The office manager can also restrict access to affected employees.
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