As many retailers, restaurants, and public venues get set to start reopening in the coming days and weeks, the need to enforce physical distancing measures is critical.
To help these organisations monitor their occupancy levels and ensure compliance with regulations, Genetec Inc. (Genetec), a globally renowned technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, has announced a new Occupancy Management Package.
Occupancy Management Package
The Occupancy Management Package includes analytics and reporting tools that enable organisations to tap into their security system to count the number of people in a store or similar business area, visualise data, and alert employees when occupancy limits are being reached.
Audit reports can also be easily produced to demonstrate a business’ compliance with physical distancing regulations.
Live occupancy data displayed
With this new package, organisations can define policies that adhere to local guidelines for occupancy
With this new package, organisations can define policies that adhere to local guidelines for occupancy, and mobilise their operations to limit the risk of transmission. Live occupancy data is displayed in clear, graphical ways.
When occupancy limits are being reached, employees who are responsible for monitoring the situation can receive alerts on a mobile device, via email, or on their Security Centre dashboard so they can take appropriate action.
Social distancing for staff, patrons safety
“As public-facing organisations get ready to re-open, they are looking for ways to align security measures in adherence with physical distancing regulations to keep their staff and patrons safe,” said Rob Borsch, Practice Leader – Retail and Banking at Genetec, Inc.
Rob further added, “In order to enforce these strict occupancy rules, they will need to do more than just count the number of people entering their premises – they will need to know how many people are inside a store or restaurant at any given moment, continuously monitor this data, and be able take action when thresholds are reached.”