ClearWater launches new NHS-integrated Track Trace and Monitor service

Track, Trace and Monitor Service

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UK-based hand sanitiser producer ClearWater Hygiene has launched a new tracking and monitoring service which aims to help pubs, restaurants, shops and other customer facing businesses better control the spread of the pandemic and minimise the potential of further lockdowns. The data compiled through Clearwater’s new Track Trace + Monitor service is completely compatible with NHS systems, including its new tracing app due to go live in England and Wales on 24 September. This allows a business to proactively control their own on-site records of staff and customer visits while also enabling contact tracing through the NHS app if an individual does report an infection at a later stage.

The launch of ClearWater’s service comes amid further social distancing restrictions being imposed across the UK and growing concerns of their potential impact on pubs, restaurants and other retail businesses which have already been severely affected by Covid-19. Last week both England and Scotland changed the rules on socialising, limiting this to a maximum of six people. There were also further local lockdowns put in place, which included communities in the Midlands, North West of England and the West of Scotland.

The Track Trace + Monitor service, developed in partnership with secure database specialist Sprout, fully adheres to GDPR data protection rules and government policy throughout the UK. It allows businesses to increase their track and trace compliance, now a legal requirement in England, using simple point and scan QR code technology to record details without the need of an app. The data can then be accessed quickly and easily to share with the NHS Tracing Unit.

The new service is fully integrated with ClearWater’s SMART stand dispenser unit which, together with the QR code, acts as a point-of-entry safeguard enabling businesses to protect staff, visitors and customers and reduce the prospect of further lockdowns.

Andrew Montague, CEO of ClearWater Hygiene, said: “As the fight to contain Covid-19 continues, pubs, restaurants, retailers and business owners in general want to do all in their power to create the safest possible environment and avoid the detrimental financial impact that further lockdowns would bring.

“The Track Trace + Monitor service provides these businesses with simple to use technology. It’s also fully compatible with existing NHS systems in Scotland and the new app set to go live in England and Wales next week, enabling data to be easily shared with its Tracing Unit. We believe this is another highly effective tool to help businesses ensure they are compliant with government rules and able to play a proactive role in preventing the spread of the pandemic.”

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