- Assist HR/EHS Team in the implementation of EHS Temperature Screening Protocols at locations for the health and safety benefit of all individuals. This is an unlicensed medical role specifically operating within Temperature Screening Protocols.
- Administering and interpreting the temperature of employees, contract employees, and visitors
- Conduct pre-entry temperature screenings of site employees, contingent workers and/or visitors using manufacturers operating instructions
- Adhere to Temperature Screening Protocols under the guidance of HR/EHS Team
- Provide guidance on site policy regarding entry into the facility
- Direct all persons denied access to contact their Manager or Employer for guidance
- Comply with all designated safety policies and procedures in the work area, including the use of applicable protective equipment when necessary to prevent exposure to potentially infectious agents
- Healthcare experience is preferred but not required
- Strong Interpersonal Skills with all Communication mediums
- General computer literacy and proficiency required
- HS Diploma or equivalent from an accredited institution
- While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand for long periods of time.
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