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BACK TO BUSINESS BUNDLE FROM PULSAR INSTRUMENTS OFFERS SAFE


RETURN TO WORK Businesses in every sector are having to face new challenges when returning to work. The Coronavirus pandemic has meant that business owners and managers are having to adopt new practices and consider the safety of their customers and employees more than ever before.


Government guidance around the health and safety of businesses reopening is constantly evolving and most businesses, including those within the hard-hit hospitality sector, have been given the green light to reopen, providing that their workplaces are COVID-secure.


Many venues have already introduced temperature checks and contact tracing upon entry for their customers. However, since the UK Government updated its Coronavirus Regulations, venues such as cafes, restaurants and bars that will be playing pre-recorded music must limit the noise levels within their establishment.


These changes are due to emerging research that COVID-19 can be passed through droplets in the air, known as aerosols. A recent study from the University of Bristol found that the volume of the voice had


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the largest impact on the amount of aerosol a person produced, suggesting that a person singing or shouting at a loud level could generate 30 times more aerosol than a person speaking at a lower level.


Pulsar Instruments has been in the business of safeguarding employees’ health and safety in the workplace for more than 50 years.


The company believes its expertise places it in the best position to help businesses and organisations keep their employees and customers safe as they return to operating as normal.


Pulsar has introduced the Back to Business Bundle, which has been specifically created to include some of its best products to help businesses reopen safely and securely.


The Back to Business Bundle includes:


● A Non-Contact handheld digital thermometer for quick investigation of potential fever.


● Infrared Temperature Measuring Camera for automated door entry.


● SafeEar Noise Control Sign to help keep aerosol virus spread to a minimum.


The Non-Contact handheld digital thermometer


The simple to use non-contact digital thermometer shows quickly and safely when someone’s temperature


is elevated as the screen remains green when the temperature is normal and turns red when raised. An audible alarm is also available on the instrument.


The Infrared Temperature Measuring Camera


Thermal cameras such as the IR37 from Pulsar Instruments can be linked to door entry systems to automate entry based on a person’s temperature.


This non-contact facial recognition infrared temperature detection device uses a distance sensor and wide-angled camera to detect and display people’s temperatures.


SafeEar Noise Control Sign


Pulsar has adapted one of its best- selling products to meet the new demands in the workplace. The Pulsar SafeEar lights up to warn people when noise levels are too high. Businesses can simply set a noise trigger level, and when the level is reached or exceeded a clear warning message is displayed for people to see.


This unique offering is available to purchase as a complete package, or it can be customised to each business’ specific needs, adding more of what is needed and less of what is not.


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