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Adonis adds virus risk mitigation feature to maritime suite

Adonis AS, global providers of HR systems for the maritime industry, is introducing infrared facial scanning and pre-boarding checklists in the Adonis Maritime Suite to mitigate health risks and allow organisations to safely resume their business operations.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"} Infrared (IR) facial temperature scanning, which is integrated into the Adonis Clock Module, sends an alert when a person’s body temperature exceeds pre-set levels, signalling the crew to take immediate action to avert potential health issues. The pre-boarding check lists, which will be part of the Adonis Employee Portal, allows the organisation to ask key questions in determining one’s potential exposure to the virus, including: “Have there been any Covid-19 cases in your family?” and "Have you been in quarantine in the last four weeks?" Based on the answers given, notifications and warnings can be generated and sent to crew planners, shipboard managers and anyone else in the “decision chain.” Using customisable workflows, each company will be able to tailor make the re-boarding processes and check lists to ensure they are in line with their policies and procedures.

“The pandemic has put severe pressure on the maritime sector to introduce new policies and procedures to restore the confidence of both crew and passengers, which is why helping our customers mitigate the impact Covid-19 has been our top priority,” said Erick Meijer, Adonis product director. “Over the past several weeks we’ve worked in close collaboration with several maritime organisations to develop these safeguards so they can prepare their crews and passengers for safe voyages.” {/mprestriction}

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