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16 Nov 2018

Do You Think You Need A Temperature Monitoring System?

Well, it is on an absolute discretion of the business to install a Temperature Monitoring System or not. Many companies do not find it necessary and when there is a problem with the air-conditioning system, the maximum employees have to bear discomfort in the working environment.

However, there are some businesspersons in the world, who pay attention to this factor and completely rely on the Temperature Monitoring System for quality assurance, maintain the operational efficiency and meet regulatory compliance. The temperature fluctuations are something, businesses cannot ignore. Here are some signs that you might want to consider installing a temperature control system in your premises:

1. Safeguard your appliances from a spike in Temperature

The main aim of a temperature monitoring system is to protect all the electronic appliances and equipment during a power cut or a voltage spike. A very simple example here could be of a computerize data center which is put to a complete halt when the temperature is excessively heated. In aged care systems as well, when you are depending upon the IT infrastructure, a temperature monitoring system can turn out to be a blessing for you.

The temperature monitoring will not only help you to protect the electronic appliances but it will also save your consumption by regulating the flow of the electricity. Thanks to this recent technology that we can strike a balance between the old equipment that produces more heat and the news ones that produces less heat.

The aged people are susceptible to temperature damage and in an aged care facility, temperature controlling is a must.

2. When you have a large facility with more number of employees

Places such as hospitals, hotels, office complexes and so on should have a temperature monitoring system so that the temperature does not affect the well-being of the people residing in the premises. For an aged care facility, a temperature monitoring system is a must because, under no circumstances, the high temperature of the area should affect their health. The managers are responsible to maintain a balanced temperature. Temperature monitoring is important in the areas such as kitchen, laundry area, clinics, laboratories and so on.

A number of public facilities rely on the temperature monitoring systems because the advantages are good. When the temperature is controlled, the food is protected and cooking for the workers becomes much easier.

3. To follow internal and external regulations

Facilities where vaccinations, tissue samples, pharmaceuticals and other medical assets are handled, the temperature should remain cold so that the medicines do not absorb heat elements. Maintaining a cold temperature ensures that the facilitiy is in compliance with medical regulations and that they have a facility to keep these medical assets with them.

The aged care facility too keep a lot of medical stock for their patients. A temperature control system can help these public facilties to improve their environment for the public.

Moreover, this remote temperature monitoring also helps in:

  • Preventing contamination of food.
  • Keeping the organisations under compliance
  • Safeguarding the food supplies.

There are plenty of wireless and wired temperature monitoring systems are available in the market and before you get one for your facility, you should know which one suits you. You can reach out to us anytime and our consultants will be more than happy to help you.

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Written by Chirag Joshi Founder & owner of HDS.

Chirag Joshi is the founder & owner of HDS. Chirag possesses over 12 years of experience in Aged Care industry. Having worked as an aged care chef for a long time he understands the complexity & challenges to maintain residents diet profile, food safety records, food labelling, procurement invoicing procedures & staff rostering. Chirag has also completed a Bachelor in Computing with major in multimedia & system design. He has developed number of systems to help provide efficiency in aged care and also help eliminate paperwork and manual processes.

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