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Rapidly changing realities means that you have a lot on your plate and may not have the time or resources to adapt your processes. We’re here to help. Adecco is taking the lead and working with organizations like yours to implement a screener-model that is focused on defined protocols to increase workforce safety measures and ensure business continuity.

What does a Screener do?

Before your employees begin their shift, a Screener assesses their health and potential risk, and, advises on hygiene protocols. For an in-depth description please refer to our FAQ.

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The benefits of a screener-model

Adding a Screener to your warehouse team means that are taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of your workforce. With rapidly evolving infection rates, Screeners offer your workforce a certain level of peace of mind. Your workforce will feel more confident and secure coming to work — increasing employee retention and decreasing the risk of a potential outbreak.

Contact a local Adecco office to start the conversation.

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Check out our FAQ to get more information on implementing a screener-model

What exactly does a Screener do?

Why should I consider hiring a Screener?

How long will the screening process take?

Will it disrupt my production shifts?

What kind of support would Adecco provide to implement this solution?

What happens if someone has a fever or poses a risk, yet refuses to leave?

Why would someone want to work as a Screener and expose themselves?

What kind of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) would we need to provide?

What training would a Screener undergo?

Still looking for an answer?

There are some questions that don’t come up every day. Best to contact your representative or local branch.

Q: What exactly does a Screener do?

A: Screeners set up at the entrance and ensure each employee completes a health questionnaire at the time of arrival. Then, they proceed to take each employee’s temperature 15 minutes after arrival indoors (for climatization purposes) and advise as to what the hygiene protocols are before they start their shift. As well, Screeners will follow corporate protocol to advise the employee to exit the facility and let them know where to exit in the case that an employee is presenting symptoms or is considered high risk.

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Q: Why should I consider hiring a Screener?

A: With rapidly evolving infection rates, Screeners offer your workforce a certain level of peace of mind. Your workforce will feel more confident and secure coming to work — increasing retention — all while preventing outbreaks and ensuring your business continuity.

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Q: How long will the screening process take?

A: In order to climatize, it takes between 10 to 15 minutes.

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Q: Will it disrupt my production shifts?

A: Shift times may have to change in order to accommodate for the additional 15-minute screening. To minimize impact, structured start times by department and/or multiple set up stations may be a good option. Companies should allow a paid grace period of 15 minutes.

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Q: What kind of support would Adecco provide to implement this solution?

A: Given that every client’s environment is different, an onsite needs analysis will be conducted to evaluate your workforce volume, number of entrances, etc., in order to develop an implementation methodology and set up that is unique to your worksite.

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Q: What happens if someone has a fever or poses a risk, yet refuses to leave?

A: Adecco will work with you during the implementation process to build an escalation process that can be deployed should this situation arise.

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Q: Why would someone want to work as a Screener and expose themselves?

A: Actually, Screeners have the safest role. They are not on the frontline, they receive training on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and are always in PPE while working.

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Q: What kind of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) would we need to provide?

A: Protective glasses, gloves, a mask and, if possible, a full body long sleeve gown.

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Q: What training would a Screener undergo?

A: Training on the proper sequence to put on and take off required PPE to eliminate exposure and contamination. As well, the Screener will need training on the internal protocol guidelines as it relates to the procedure to follow should an employee present symptoms or is considered high risk.

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