visitor id – contact tracing – Lynden Aged care

Imagine this scenario – a visitor to your facility, business, restaurant, bar, etc….testing positive to covid-19. The next action required could be an administrative nightmare or just a few mouse clicks from the visitor id app to produce a contact tracing report.

Lynden Aged Care had the foresight to install visitor id in March 2020 to register the contact details of anyone visiting Residents at their Melbourne Aged Care facility. The process was made simple via a touch screen tablet interface which recorded the name and contact details of family members and other visitors to their site. During May, three residents tested positive to COVID-19 prompting the Victorian health department to initiate contact tracing. A report was produced with a few mouse clicks and forwarded to the Public Health Registrar.

Download and install visitor id on a windows based tablet to have an immediate sign-in and reporting database for all visitors entering your premises.


2020 COVID-19 – Visitor id

Visitor id software is not just a simple sign-in/out solution, it is can also play a role ensuring important information is communicated to visitors and contractors arriving at a facility. For example:

1) Have you traveled to an affected, at-risk area within the last 14 days? If “YES” – Please do not enter this facility and we advise a 14 day period of self-isolation.

2) Have you been unwell and have you sought medical attention for your condition? If “YES” – please speak to Security regarding your access to this site.

This type of information can be included during the sign-in process via a brief visitor safety induction or can be included in a more comprehensive WHS Induction for contractors via kwiklook online prior to the contractor arriving onsite.

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Contractor Compliance

Happy New Year from all of us at Future IT.

We’re now in our 20th year and what a ride it has been through an astounding period of technological change!

Even though hardware and devices have changed so much over this time, we still find that email and paper based compliance systems for Inductions & Credentials are the norm. When asked why? The main reason given, is that the initial time and effort required to change to an automated database system makes it difficult to get up and running. So we’ve decided to take this on as a challenge and make it easy for you to set one up. Here’s how it’s done:

A kwiklook consultant can get this up and running in less than a day! and then it is automated with expiry date reminders and notifications sent to service provider companies. The ongoing administration is just a few mouse clicks to check the information being updated and uploaded is correct.

For more information click here