KastleSafeSpaces

Ensuring Workers Can Safely Return to the Office

As companies around the country prepare to reopen their offices, building owners, managers and tenants are challenged with figuring out how to best transition their staff back to the workplace. These strategies can help ensure that transition goes over more smoothly with optimal health safety methods while minimizing disruptions in daily operations.

Four pillars of the safe workspace in the current age

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Screen In / Screen Out

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Touchless Everything

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Social Distancing

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Contact Tracing

 

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| Screen Out

Use screening and safeguard methods to ensure occupant, visitor, and vendor safety

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Office Lobby Checkpoint Diagram

 


 

| Screen In

Create a list of people authorized enter spaces that are quarantined from other people, either entire building or specific areas.

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Screen-In Healthy Methods Diagram

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| Touchless Lobby

Advanced use of existing access control technology to ensure safety.

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Touchless Lobby Diagram

 


 

| Touchless Tenant Suite

Advanced use of existing access control technology to ensure safety

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Touchless Tenant Suite Diagram

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| Enable Safe Social Distancing

Advanced use of existing access control technology and social distancing to ensure safety

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Office Lobby Social Distancing Diagram

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| Contract Tracing

Maximize safety and speed of response to isolate, contact trace, and disinfect areas as needed

Person Tracked in OfficeUse location tracking and video to identify potential cross contamination

> Requiring tenant spaces to use access control 24×7 to know who enters each space and when

Leveraging video-based, automated person-to-person contact identification

Click here to see occupancy data insights into the work-from-home adoption throughout the U.S. during the outbreak.