How These 3 Businesses Are Reopening Using Technology
Thanks to the fear and economic chaos COVID-19 has caused, when Santa Clarita opens its doors again for business, one question will remain. Consumers who want their much-missed freedom, lifestyle, and calm back will ask, “Is it safe to be normal?”
Valencia Sauna Bar Sweatbox has been integrating cutting-edge technology into its business for years. But now the Sauna Bar is seeing this strategy pay off in a different way than originally intended — by helping stop the spread of COVID-19.
Sweat Box recently announced new safety measures coming to its Sauna Bar, thanks to its partnership with a local technology company, Public Well-being Technologies Inc.
The new technology encompasses a system that monitors the well-being of its employees and easily keeps them in compliance with CDC guidelines. The results are shared immediately with the public to reduce coronavirus anxiety consumers feel in public places.
“Our guests want to know and see that we are being very diligent in cleaning and now we can directly communicate our efforts through PWT” said Jason Mazy, Founder of Sweat Box”
Sweat Box conducts daily temperatures checks of its employees and customers before entry, and does not let them in if a fever is detected.
“Businesses need to do everything they can to inspire trust right out of the gate. When a consumer sees our PWTSafe verification emblem on the door of a business, they know they’ll have some control over their experience. Consumers want and need to be informed that the environment they’re going into is safe. Businesses have one chance to do this right and we’re here to ensure that.” said Tamer Abdel, the CEO of Public Well-being Technology Inc.
WeGo, a popular Santa Clarita food delivery company has recently started to use the Public Well-being Technology to screen its drivers and is sharing the results with its customers to ensure deliveries are made by a person who has been pre-screened for COVID-19 symptoms before they come to your door.
The PWT system is not only utilized by corporations but can be used for home-based businesses such as the Valencia art studio ran by Virgina Miranda. The home-based art studio owner has begun to screen herself and its young students at the door and is sharing the results with parents to give them added comfort and security.
PWT is offering a free version of its platform to all Santa Clarita Magazine readers.
For more information, visit https://pwtsafe.org/santaclarita/
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