FEEL SAFER Many people are still wary about venturing out as lockdown restrictions ease, without reassurance they’ll be safe to return to much-needed work. It’s a challenge for facilities managers across the country to support employees, safeguard their sites and protect, as far as is possible, those who work in and visit them.

One proven solution is the new Body Temperature Detection Cameras, now available from Clearway Environmental Services. They offer organisations across the spectrum a way to monitor people without physical contact, thereby reducing the risk of viral spread in workplaces and other settings.

These small thermal cameras can help detect elevated body temperature which may indicate the presence of a fever. With technology offering accuracy of down to ±0.1°, it can take such a camera less than a second to detect someone’s temperature, thus allowing large numbers of people


HEAD OF COMMERCIAL Airdri, a designer and manufacturer of hand dryers, has bolstered its sales team with the appointment of a new Head of Commercial.

Mike Smith brings over 12 years’ sales experience with him, having previously held positions with Bose Professional and Dyson. He will be responsible for further developing the hand dryer business across the UK and Europe, as the firm continues to grow its product portfolio with a number of exciting new launches over the next 12 months.

Mike said: “I am delighted to be joining the team at Airdri as the company continues to invest in its workforce and focus on new product development. It’s an interesting time to be entering the hygiene sector, but if the past few months have taught us anything, it’s that our products and services have

to be screened at the same time whilst on the move, such as through a turnstile or entry gate/doors.

As people pass one of these cameras, built-in audio will trigger an alarm to notify a supervisor immediately when a person with an elevated body temperature is detected, enabling their admission to a building or site to be temporarily prevented until their temperature can be checked again personally with a manual thermometer.

Clearway is currently dealing with a huge surge in interest in these

easily installed, simple systems and believes they are one of the easiest and best ways to reassure staff, visitors and the public in these uncertain times that their workplace, travel or retail destination is being protected as far as is possible. It’s also going to assist the hospitality and leisure trade to get back on its feet when venues are allowed to start opening up again.

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Tony Wall, Airdri CEO said: “Although we are living and working in challenging times, we remain committed to our growth plans, as we continue to develop new product innovations and expand into new markets. Mike will play a significant role in this journey, further increasing the reach of the Airdri brand. I am thrilled to welcome him to the team.”

a vital role to play in preventing the spread of infection through proper hand hygiene measures.

“Although I will be working remotely alongside my new colleagues initially, I look forward to getting to know the team and visiting our customers when the country is back up and running in the coming months.”

Airdri has been at the forefront of hand dryer innovation and technology for almost five decades and today, its philosophy remains the same; to design and manufacture highly reliable, energy efficient and beautifully designed hand dryers to suit every washroom. Each unit in the range has unique attributes ensuring that, regardless of where a dryer is to be placed, Airdri will have an appropriate solution to suit the environment it is intended for. TOMORROW’S FM | 07

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