Pulse Oximetry for Business
Learn how pulse oximetry can help keep employees & visitors safe when returning to work
Download the Return to Work Guide for HR Professionals
With a large number of U.S. employees either working remotely, or not working at all these past few months, many businesses and employees are preparing for a physical return-to-work. As businesses determine the best plan for bringing their employees back to work, HR professionals will need to be prepared to manage a rapidly evolving workplace.
This resource outlines various guidelines and key considerations for return-to-work, as well as additional measures that can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Ensure the Safety of Employees and Customers
Screening employees before they enter the workplace is a quick and simple way to monitor employee health before they return to work. This could include symptom and/or temperature screening, as well as blood oxygenation spot checks using a pulse oximeter.
Monitoring oxygen saturation (SpO2) can be an effective method for keeping your employees healthy, as many patients with COVID-19 have low oxygen levels even when they are feeling well. Low oxygen levels can be an early warning sign that medical intervention is needed.1