With the Covid-19 pandemic being a part of our lives for 2 years now, new words have come into our everyday vocabulary which we really never wanted to have…….
pandemic……covid-19……government restrictions……..proof of vaccination……
What does this all mean for my business safety and signage requirements?
With safety in mind, more and more workplaces are requiring people to provide proof of vaccination via a QR Code.
COVID-19 proof of vaccination is a reliable way to show proof of your COVID-19 vaccination history. Many businesses are increasingly considering asking both customers and employees for proof of vaccination as part of their health and safety and return to site planning. Governments have been providing guidance for businesses, organizations, facilities and locations to which the proof of vaccination requirements will apply.
Many workplaces have implemented Proof of Vaccination procedures for entry to their yards and facilities. Persons wanting to enter their facilities have to be vaccinated and have to show proof of their vaccination prior to entry. This has developed in order to keep employees, suppliers, customers and visitors safe when in or around any type of workplace. We have found that it is many of our larger customers who have started this Proof of Vaccination protocol trend and that it will most likely be a template for all companies to follow, no matter the size of the organization.
Visible Proof of Vaccination signage is essential to ensure people are informed and given direction very early on when wanting to enter your company, yard, organization or facility. This clear and concise visual signage will help alleviate anxiety and frustration among your customers, suppliers and visitors.
As the mandates for Covid-19 vaccination requirements developed, there came a surge in QR code scanning and development. QR code verifier app allows individuals and businesses to seamlessly scan the QR code on an Immunization card to confirm if an individual is fully immunized. When a QR code is scanned, the device will indicate whether the person is immunized or not. A government issued photo ID should be used to confirm the identity of the individual presenting the QR code.
With the pandemic continuing, providing your identity and proof of vaccination via QR code has become more common. As regulations change, businesses should be prepared to revisit their risk assessments.
Below are some examples of how companies have integrated Proof of Vaccination / QR codes into their signage:
Let us know how we can assist you in developing Proof of Vaccination signs that fit your company’s regulations and requirements.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your Proof of Vaccination Signage needs.