Webinar: The Right Steps for Setting Up an Elevated Skin Temperature Screening Station
Increasing business and occupancy safely with a successful screening program
Many organizations are now including skin temperature screening with thermal imaging cameras in their efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19. Screening workers, customers, and visitors for elevated skin temperature before they enter a building can help determine who needs a medical check for fever, which can be a sign of infection. It’s an easy and efficient way reduce the risk of work and production interruptions due to COVID-19.
This three-part webinar, "Thermal Screening for Elevated Skin Temperature: Education Series", provides all the in-depth information you need to develop and implement a successful skin temperature screening program. Presented by FLIR experts Chris Bainter and Paul Czerepuszko, these webinars will cover initial screening program considerations, key features for thermal cameras used in skin temperature screening, and tips for ensuring screening program success.
Watch the Series on Demand Below:
Part 1: Elevated Skin Temperature Screening Program Considerations
Part 2: Thermal Camera Selection Considerations For Elevated Skin Temperature Screening
Although no thermal imaging camera can detect a virus or diagnose Covid-19, FLIR thermal cameras can provide the fast, accurate measurements needed to determine if an individual has an elevated skin temperature. If an individual is found to have an elevated skin temperature, they should be screened with medically-approved devices such as thermometers.
Disclaimer for Products Sold Under FDA Enforcement Guidance
- Product is not FDA cleared or approved. Product is for triage body temperature measurements only during the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency.
- Thermal measurements should not be solely or primarily relied upon to diagnose or exclude a diagnosis of COVID-19, or any other disease.
- Elevated body temperature should be confirmed with secondary evaluation methods.
- May only measure one temperature at a time.
- Visible thermal patterns are only intended for locating points from which to extract thermal measurement.