Guide to Contact Tracing in the Workplace
A rapid response contains spread, saves lives and maintains business continuity
Having the right tools to quickly identify close contacts stops forward transmission and prevents shutdowns. Minimizing tracing and testing delays are imperative to a successful workplace contact tracing plan. This requires a combination of hardware, software and manual contact logging. When you start contact tracing the same day that a positive test result becomes known, you can stop forward transmission of the disease by 80%. Download the contact tracing guide to learn more.