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The FDA Has Stated that you Should Take Employee Temperatures Before Their Shift

We have created a Free Employee Health Verification Process that you can use to Pre-Screen your employees. Check out this short video describing the process.

Here is the link to the FDA Site, you should visit this page because it has tons of secondary links to CDC guidance on everything you need to know right now.

FDA is stating that they want you to start Pre Screening employees before their shift. This should include taking the employee’s temperatures and to ask them some questions about their potential exposure to COVID-19 and how they are feeling.

Quick Tip: do this by the door, limit the employees access to the restaurant until you verify they are fit to work. If they are sick, it will be a lot less for your to disinfect.

OpsAnalitica has created a Free Employee Health Verification form that manages the Employee Pre-Screen process. If you want to start using this at your restaurants, please initiate a chat in the bottom right corner of this screen. We are making this available for Free through May.

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I've been in the restaurant industry for most of my adult life. I have a BSBA from University of Denver Hotel Restaurant school and an MBA from the same. When I wasn't working in restaurants I was either doing stand-up comedy, for 10 years, or large enterprise software consulting. I'm currently the Managing Director of OpsAnalitica and our Inspector platform was originally conceived when I worked for one of the largest sandwich franchisors in the country. You can reach out to me through LinkedIn.

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