Accredit COVID-19 Tools
How to use the Accredit Platform to make your events safe when easing restrictions
Whilst we are waiting to understand how lockdown restrictions will be lifted and how live events and sporting fixtures will need to adapt to return, here are a few ways that the Accredit Platform from Accredit Solutions can already be used to track your workforce, contractors, and members of the media; keep symptomatic people out; help identify those who are vulnerable and need to shield; and trace who has been in close proximity with a confirmed case.
Collect useful information
You might want to know if your workers have knowingly been in close contact with someone who has had the virus, undertaken international travel, are symptomatic, or have already tested positive. Add these questions and request temperature readings, medical information and documents to your application forms, allowing you to reject those that may pose a health risk.
Invitations and notifications
Send out invitations and notifications to your workforce and contractors to submit certain information daily, to communicate detailed instructions for the event such as procedures they need to follow at the venue, and any inductions they need to undertake prior to arrival.
Issue certificates of immunity
If the government deems that an immunity certificate or a health passport is the way forward and someone has already tested positive for antibodies, then you can add this information into the person's record and add an icon to their badge, or issue a certificate of immunity to confirm they are not a COVID-19 threat.
Track and trace with access control
Scan all passes with Accredit’s Access Control App at each control point to give you a record of exactly who has been where and at what time – vital if someone at the event tests positive and you need to trace those with whom they have been in close contact.
Social distancing may mean you have to limit the number of people you have in particular areas, set access zones and put a limit on the number of applications that can be approved for each area to avoid overcrowding. Set access by groups so only people who need to be in the areas are, and link this with access control scanning to control movement and adhere to social distancing rules.