Despite the increasing rates of COVID-19 vaccination across Australia, issues surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine and the workplace remain at the forefront of conversation; particularly given the mandating of vaccines within some industries and states.
State and territory governments are making public health orders requiring certain workers within specified industries to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Accordingly, employers and workers need to comply with those applicable public health orders and ensure that staff are also complying.
Vaccination status plays a critical role in decisions around the opening of borders and specific industries globally
If a vaccination has been mandated under a public health order, unvaccinated employees should not attend work and It is the responsibility of the employer to take reasonable steps to prevent unvaccinated workers from entering the workplace.
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Where vaccination is compulsory, employers should ensure that they have sufficient evidence from each worker to prove that they have been vaccinated.
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Our vaccination certificate management system makes managing the vaccination status of your employees easy.
Our solution enables organisations to:
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Scantek’s solution works on any device – no downloads or special hardware are required
01.Employer identifies the employees that need to provide their vaccination status – can be new or existing employees
02.Scantek sends a request to employees to upload their vaccination certificate – can be done remotely or in-person
03.Scantek’s clever technologies remove personal health identifiers and complete a series of tampering checks
04.Our easy-to-use Management Portal keeps track of vaccination status, including requests for additional information, booster reminders and audit reporting
Scantek stores your employee’s information securely based on your policy – this can be a set period or removed when the employee leaves your organisation
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