Lockdowns and restrictions continue to ease around the world, which means restaurants, concert halls, stores, and other facilities are finally open. However, the reopening has come with its challenges and restrictions. And now governments in many countries have encouraged or even required for all publicly accessible facilities and event venues to record people’s contact details and assist with tracing efforts.
With Enalyzer, you can easily set up a tracing system that’s efficient and most importantly safe. Quickly gather guest and customer contact details and notify them if there has been a risk of infection at your venue.
How does it work?
Scan and register
Create and design your registration form. Get the QR code, print it, and place it somewhere visible in your restaurant, store, or company. When guests and customers scan the QR code, they’ll be directed to a registration form where they’ll enter their contact details. Most smartphones already have a QR code reader integrated into the camera and therefore don’t need to download an app.
Test the QR code by using your smartphone camera
With Zapier, you can automatically transfer your data from Enalyzer to whatever app you choose to collect the registrations. We recommend a spreadsheet app such as Google Sheets, Smartsheet, and Airtable.
You’ll be able to register contact details as well as the time and date of their visit, so you have all the information you need to keep our customers and guests safe.
Notify affected customers
In the event of an infection suspicion, you can easily and quickly inform the guests that were at your venue at the respective time window and message them. With Zapier, you can automate the entire process of sending out emails.
If necessary, you can simply export the potentially affected groups and forward them to the relevant authorities.
As with everything, you can set it up yourself or we can do it for you. Our team is ready to set up a contract tracing solution that fits every single one of your needs. Interested? Book a demo.
Security and GDPR
Personal data should always be approached with safety and care, especially since it lands you in the realms of GDPR. Therefore, you should consider the following:
Registration must be voluntary
You cannot require or force customers and guests to register their information, it must be voluntary. In short, there should be no inconvenience or consequence to the customer or guest if they reject registering their information.
State your purpose
Customers and guests must know what is being registered, what it be used for, and for how long it will be stored. You don’t need to store the information for more than a couple of weeks. If you already have a personal data policy, consider adding a section about the registration. Enalyzer is GDPR compliant and we do our utmost to keep your data safe. Our consultants ensure security and GDPR compliance for all of our solutions.
Collect only what you need
This will usually include name, email, phone number date, and time the customer or guest has been at the location. Depending on the size of the venue, you can also register which floor or side of the venue the guest has been in, as this information can also be relevant and helpful in tracing the infection.
Secure the information
Make sure that unauthorized people don’t access the registered information and don’t use the information for anything else than people have consented to. The information may only be used for contract tracking.
When the information is no longer relevant, it must be deleted. According to the authorities there is a 14-day incubation period for coronavirus infection, it must therefore be assumed that you are probably not allowed to store personal information for longer than two weeks.