According to the Alcohol & Drug Foundation, alcohol use contributes to 11% of workplace accidents and injuries.
Like with any other occupational health and safety issue, Australia’s OHS Act and Regulations require the assessment and mitigation of related hazards and risks via policies and procedures that address the specific circumstances of the workplace. Alcohol and drug workplace testing programs are one example.
Turning an iPad into a fully-featured check-in kiosk, Nirovision’s AI is able to detect a face and initiate a breath alcohol test. The results are recorded against each check-in and stop instructions are displayed if someone fails a test, with Admins receiving a real-time notification.
Combined with documents and access control integrations, access can be automated to ensure staff, visitors and contractors meet all the requirements for entry.
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When BACs are enabled, Doorkeeper will direct individuals to take the test as the first step of the check-in process. If an issue arises, the check-in process stops and no access will be granted.
Doorkeeper will display Admin details upon an elevated value -as defined by the site’s thresholds-, to help your visitors know what to do.
Real-time push and email notifications (iOS and Android) are triggered every time someone is stopped, and include a reference to the site and location where it happened.
Nirovision simplifies record keeping by collecting results automatically, and updating the corresponding entry record. This information can be reviewed from anywhere via the Nirovision applications, and exported.
Doorkeeper can be linked to Access Control systems to automate access. More conditions of entry can be added by integrating with a temperature sensor and adding survey and file requirements. Read about all available integrations here.
Available in Doorkeeper Pro.
Nirovision allows for the creation of multiple sign-in flows with different requirements based on the type of visitor, so BAC can be required for everyone or one or more groups of people.
When someone required to do a BAC approaches Doorkeeper, they’ll be instructed to perform a BAC as the first step of the registration process. That way, if an elevated value is detected, the individual can be denied access on the spot, notifying all relevant stakeholders.
Once a face is detected, Doorkeeper will initiate the test by sending a command to the breathalyser. The device will display a message as soon as testing can commence. Some devices also make a sound.
First-timers will be asked to select their corresponding entry workflow via the Welcome screen, in order to determine if the individual in question is required to do a BAC or not.
When the test has been completed on the device, Doorkeeper will display the result as soon as available.
If there are no additional requirements, Doorkeeper will check the person in, and trigger any other subsequent integrations, like opening a door or updating payroll.
If the person needs to complete a survey, provide a document, or third-party compliance checks need to be performed (to workforce management applications like Rapid Global), Doorkeeper will guide them through the process, step by step.
Real-time push and email notifications (iOS and Android) are triggered every time someone is stopped, and include a reference to the site and location where it happened. This information can be reviewed from anywhere via the Nirovision applications, and exported.
Nirovision simplifies record keeping by collecting results automatically, and updating the corresponding entry record.
Automation moves you closer to proactive workforce management: ensuring your workforce is in the right place, with the right skills, and fit for work.
We have many exciting integrations in the roadmap, to help reduce risks in the workplace.
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