This pandemic has caused much of America to work from home. As vaccines roll out, now is the time for successful organizations to make realistic plans to return to the workplace safely.

We've launched KastleSafeSpaces® as a simple way to help commercial property managers, facility management professionals, and HR office managers safely transition the workforce back to on-premises operations. By configuring existing access control technology Kastle keeps spaces secure and allows for effortless administration, with the ability to record and enforce health screening protocols into the daily office routine.

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The system uses five operational "pillars" to halt the spread of infection in the workplace:

Touchless Access

Smartphone access app replaces badges, key fobs and keypads.

Screen In / Screen Out

Daily occupant screening performed via smartphone app and instantly enforced by access control.

Contact Tracing

Easy audit reporting data of daily occupant entry and exit history.

Capacity Monitoring

Real-time occupancy monitoring and alerts maintain social distancing.

Air Quality

Air quality filtering, monitoring, and reporting.

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Back to Work Barometer

A city-by-city look at America's return to work occupancy data.

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Ensuring a safer re-entry into the workplace

KastleSafeSpaces: Read how to leverage technology and incorporate certain policies to ensure a safer re-entry into the workplace in the Covid-19 era.

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Office Reopening FAQ

As offices across the country prepare to reopen their workplace, new standards need to be set in place. So how can business owners and property managers bring workers back into the office in the safest way possible? Read More

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