Showing posts with label CV19. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CV19. Show all posts

Thursday, November 11, 2021

Can employers make unvaccinated workers pay for COVID tests?

Can #employers make #unvaccinated #workers pay for COVID tests? Here’s what to know | #TpromoCom | #COVID19 | The new federal rule announced Nov. 4 passes the buck to employees who don’t get a coronavirus vaccine. Experts called the decision “unprecedented.” 

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Tucked in the nearly 500-page document detailing the federal government’s COVID-19 vaccine and testing requirements for millions of American workers was an unexpected provision — employers don’t have to pay for unvaccinated workers to get tested. (read more)

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Wednesday, October 6, 2021

OSHA: Do Masks Stop the Virus Responsible for COVID-19?

#OSHA: Do #Masks Stop the Virus Responsible for #COVID-19? | #TpromoCom | Confusion abounds where it comes to cloth masks and the CDC's suggested mandates related to everyone wearing them. 

By the time we get to the streets where workers and patrons are expected to wear them, something gets lost in the mandate, I mean the translation. The following snippet comes from OSHA's  FAQ webpage. There will be a link at the end for you to use to get even more information: 
CDC provides information about face coverings as one type of mask among other types of masks. OSHA differentiates face coverings from the term “mask” and from respirators that meet OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard.

Cloth face coverings:

  • May be commercially produced or improvised (i.e., homemade).
  • Should be made of at least 2 layers of a tightly woven breathable fabric, such as cotton.
  • Are worn over the nose and mouth to contain the wearer's potentially infectious respiratory particles produced when they cough, sneeze, or talk and to limit the spread of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), to others.
  • Are not considered personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • Are not appropriate substitutes for PPE such as respirators (e.g., N95 respirators) or medical facemasks (e.g., surgical masks) in workplaces where respirators or facemasks are required to protect the wearer.
  • May be used by almost any worker, although those who have trouble breathing or are otherwise unable to put on or remove a mask without assistance should not wear one.
  • May be disposable or reusable after proper washing.
  • May provide some level of protection for the wearer from others' respiratory particles.


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Saturday, May 1, 2021

+7 Million Security Practitioners are unleased by CAPSI (India), and ISIO (Global) on a mission.

+7 Million Security Practitioners are unleased by CAPSI (India), and ISIO (Global) on a mission | #TpromoCom #CAPSI #ISIO #COVID10 #AI | MISSION: Integrate the Security Industry into the Covid-19 mitigation process by contributing methodologies for Biological Threat Security and Standards for Compliance On the 30th of April, The Chairman of CAPSI, Mr Kunwar Vikram Singh and Director General of ISIO Juan Kirsten addressed the topic of Biological Threat Security.

Until now the health community has contributed three protocols for limiting the collateral damage of the active mutating biological threat, namely. chemical testing besides hygiene and social interaction. The health community should now take the step now by mandating the private security industry that manages the protocols on the ground using security protocols for the threat.

The private security industry is larger than many policing or military unit in most countries. The security industry personnel along with technology and equipment screen people before entering sites. The security industry actually manages and facilitates the health protocols on the ground.

It is impossible to chemical test everybody every and many times a day. The Security industry does electronically test every day and many times a day for the temperatures of people because the population pass through a security access point be it at a building or any other shelter under a roof or an open-air site.

Regarding the social interaction: the security practitioners manage the entry control to sites and therefore manages social interactions. They differ from other front-liners because they could easily manage aggressive and violent behavior. We do know that people shout and could spit into the eyes of a person out of contempt. The eyes being just as porous as the mouth could easily be an entry source of a viral transmission. This means that security practitioners handle life impacting or deadly outcomes daily.

Tailing related issues threats

The outcome of the threat is the economic meltdown. When customers avoid going to a site, the site loses money. Subsequently, by using protocols that are related to layering the manpower by skillsets along with people that have characteristics then there will be peace of mind. This method will enhance profit protection and therefore provides a stronger form of financial security of a site.

There is crime related to the threat and the outcome of the threat. By identifying and reducing the crime levels then the profit margins of the site are secured. Consequently, the more people that enter the site the more money is generated.

All the above dictates that the security sector is a vital stakeholder and contributor towards reducing the number of people or business fatalities and will provide a secure pathway for economic recovery.

This is needed because the illegal economy is growing at a phenomenal rate because transnational, locally organized and gang crime is feeding off the desperate.

Each site is different with distinct demands. There are therefore different protocols for distinct fields of interest, for example, there would be unique protocols for a rehabilitation center to a mall to a stadium. This is not a one size fits all kind-of-thing.

Methodologies and Standards

Security success for the Active Mutating Biological Threat

Security success depends on the level of situational awareness of the people on the ground (all are decision-makers) and their reaction speed (Juan Kirsten 2018). When it comes to handling an active biological threat – reaction speed is vital.

Practitioners armed with the first of its kind ‘’Certified for Biological Threat Security (CBTS)’’ is required to site manage, train and assess all sites for the Certificate of Compliance for security covid-19 protocols(COC19).

This sets the respected standard that is required for such a threat because there is technology and equipment that is regarded as illegal in some countries besides being incorrectly installed and used haphazardly

Furthermore, the front-liners must be layered by skillsets to reduce the number of aggressive incidents that could lead to mass infections of the security practitioners besides the population in general. Also, the officers that may have a high probability of infection by interacting with aggressive situations and therefore must be using medical grade masks and their eyes must be protected by face shields or goggles.

Educating the Site Managers, Trainers and Assessors

The education must be the easiest and most effective method because reaction speed is vital. The foundation for situational awareness is well known in the security industry. All ground practitioners are trained in the concept of such. However, we have to expand the concept of situational awareness towards human awareness, equipment awareness and aggressive behaviour awareness besides cultural awareness.

All the practitioners on the ground are decision-makers whereas there should be no fear attached to the making of decisions. Reaction speed is vital when it involves an active mutating biological threat.

The Compliance Procedures considering the laws of the land in the respective location:

  • Legitimate Technology and Equipment

  • Installs and users the technology or equipment correctly

  • Manpower to be equipped and layered by skillsets besides being knowledgeable on security cv19 protocols for their field of responsibility

Protocols based on sound security principles

These CV-19 security protocols are based on intensive research which fuelled the security and operational protocol guide for managing COVID-19 in March 2020. These have been reviewed by Professor Larry Barton and Dr Rommel Manwong (Prof). This was followed by the release of booklets for COVID-19 building security protocols and housing protocols produced by Jean-Pierre Roux (MPhil) prior to starting his Doctoral (joint-PhD) research at the universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Using AI

AI for Security Criminology-Risk Investigation must also address cv-19 protocol considerations when merging technology, equipment and manpower. From the incident reporting the managers can assess the flare up points and address the issues with layered and appropriate skillsets. This all must be considered because the security industry just like all others are shifting and adapting to the 4th industrial revolution.


This initiative is important because it is impossible to inoculate the entire globe within weeks. In some countries it could take still a good year to begin making impact. The point is – is that this is a mutating beast that can change shape. The security industry must have awareness of comprehending that this is an active biological threat that must be treated with the respect and addressed accordingly by using security covid-19 protocols.

Therefore, we are inviting all stakeholders to participate as territorial boundaries are not respected by the virus.
All must work together toward limiting the levels of collateral damage.

We must acknowledge those that have suffered in anyway due to the health or business impacted by these multiple threats and do thank all practitioners, technology and equipment providers along with the educators for their service.


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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

How HVAC, BAS have changed during COVID-19

How HVAC, BAS have changed during COVID-19
| #TpromoCom #HVAC #BAS #COVID19 | In this proprietary research study, respondents provided information on a variety of HVAC and BAS topics, plus details about how COVID-19 has affected their work (csemag)

In late 2020, Consulting-Specifying Engineer asked mechanical engineers and those involved in specifying heating, ventilation and air conditioning and building automation systems about trends, preferences and products/systems.

The HVAC Systems and BAS Report outlines several findings, such as: click here!

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Wednesday, March 10, 2021

ESC Has the Answer for Unoccupied Property Security in Ohio

ESC Has the Answer for Unoccupied Property in Ohio | #ESC_LLC #Hotels #COVID-19 #Security | “We can help you detect bad guys doing bad things, and we can document those bad boys doing those bad things so a judge will clearly see the ill deed.

Video surveillance is one of the fastest growing methods of providing facility security there is. The reason for that is easily understood when you consider the old adage, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” 

Although the actual saying pertains to words and ideas, we can easily transfer a similar meaning to the 21st Century issue at hand–the relevance of video surveillance.


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