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COVID-19 Module Resources

Introduction

This information guide will assist the user with creating, managing/editing and using Safety 360 Elite COVID-19 Symptom Screening points. 

These points generate a QR code and URL to allow for simple and easy symptom screenings by any person with a smart phone.

We will look at:

  1. COVID-19 Portal 
  2. New Screening Point
  3. Screening Event Dashboard
  4. URL / QR Link
  5. New Screening
  6. Continue Screening
  7. Completed Screening
  8. Dashboard
  9. Screening Dashboard
  10. View Screenings

COVID-19 Portal

On the left navigation pane of Safety360 Elite you will find the COVID-19 portal. Click the icon to navigate to the main COVID-19 dashboard. This is also where you find existing screening points once created. Each screening will have its own card.

 

To set-up new screening event, you will click the + icon highlighted below 

 

New Screening Point

The new screening event page will require a unique name for your new screening point, along with the proposed date of screening event. Once all information has been added, the Create icon will be activated and ready for use.

For our demonstration today we will be using the event called: Safety360 Trial Run set to run on Friday the 22nd.

From there we will move onto the Screening Event Dashboard, allowing us to set-up event and obtain shareable link.

Here we will set/manage/amend event name, facilitator, link and QR, disclaimer as well as view report on all registered attendees.

Screening Event Dashboard

On the main screening event dashboard we can set up the following:

For our demonstration we are using internal (Vodacom employee) and have selected Riaan Myburgh (Employee with COVID Facilitator role)

Only users with COVID Facilitator role will show up on the dropdown. Selecting External allows the creator to add details including Name, Contact and Email.

An example of our completed facilitator box below

URL / QR Link

Anyone that opens the URL link or scans the QR code will be taken to the screening portal. This is where we capture required information relating to COVID-19.

The screening portal will show event details at the bottom along with disclaimer if any has been added. Here you are faced with 2 choices: New Screening or Continue Screening

New Screening

There are 2 parts to completing a screening on Safety 360 Elite. Part 1 can be done before arrival at the premises, here a person can register. Part 2 needs to be completed at the venue to ensure body temperature can be measured. 

The first input is going to require the persons Full Name, Mobile Number and Email address. The email address will be used as temporary username when we proceed to Continue Screening.

Next up is the symptom screening question set. Here the user would need to confirm symptoms listed. The options are Yes (I do have symptoms) or No (I do not have symptoms). If a user selects No, they will be prompted to provide information in the comment box. This will also create a NCR.

There are 2 possible outcomes when completing the initial new screening. This depends on how you answered the questions. 

If you said yes to any symptoms it will look like this:

The person logging the screening would then need to contact the designated facilitator to explain the situation and get permission to proceed.

The second possibility is answering no to any symptoms, which looks like this:

The person logging the screening can proceed to close their browser. Once they arrive at venue they can scan QR or use URL and click Continue Screening.

Continue Screening

Once you have completed the New Screening portion and you are ready to proceed, you can hit the Continue Screening button.

This page can be found by scanning QR code or following the URL

Once you clicked Continue Screening the system will ask for the email address you used when logging your New Screening.

After looking up the email address used on registration, the user will be shown the original information provided, as well as space to enter Body Temp.

Similar to symptom declaration on the New Screening, there is a desired outcome which is body temp lower than 38° C. Should the user get a body temp higher than that, they will get “restricted” badge.

Completed Screening

Upon successful completion of the Safety 360 COVID-19 Screening tool, the user will be shown a GREEN badge with their results.

NB! We recommend the user takes a screenshot of the above as evidence. 

Dashboard

From the main dashboard of the COVID-19 screening point, we can see the various screening points that have been created on our system, each card is a separate screening point.



Clicking on the card will open Screening Dashboard

Screening Dashboard

On the main Screening Dashboard we can edit/update any information from Name, Facilitator and Disclaimer.

We also have access to the Reports tab where we can view a list of all people that completed the screening along with their results. This data can be exported to csv.

View Screenings

By clicking “View Screening” you will be taken to a register showing all people that have completed the Screening process, meaning New Screening + Continue Screening.

Clicking on the “Download CSV” icon will download a csv list with all information shown in the register above.

Conclusion

COVID-19 Symptom Screening aims to identify a condition in people who may not be showing any symptoms. Some people may have the COVID-19 virus but appear healthy or have only mild symptoms. 

It is important to identify infected people so they can stay away from others and seek appropriate care. Incorrectly identifying COVID-19 in healthy people could lead to unnecessary self-isolation and further tests. Incorrectly identifying no infection in infected people could spread the virus.

As more people become infected, screening will identify more cases. However, because screening can miss people who are infected, public health measures such as face coverings, physical distancing, and quarantine for those who are apparently healthy, continue to be very important.