Physical and secured partitions
Deliver secured and physical partitions to separate suspected cases from the other patients, i.e. placement in different waiting rooms, use of different toilets, restricted areas for water and food supplies.
Establish solutions for emergency lock-down of rooms, departments, and buildings.
Designated patient entrance
Prepare for a designated patient entrance.
Ensure restricted access to separate lavatories and drinking water faucets for patients in the waiting and emergency rooms.
Conversion to isolation and IC rooms
Consider access control facilities that allow for instant modification of security levels and access authorizations to support the progressive conversion of normal patient rooms to isolation or IC rooms and departments.
Establish solutions for additional areas to be transformed into secured waiting rooms including appropriate authorizations.
Prepare for separate and secured diagnostic areas outside the facilities to reduce or eliminate exposures to suspected cases pre-triage.
Use secured storage to keep track and custody of key supplies (e.g. PPE, ventilators, cleaning and disinfection material, alcohol solution, etc.) and avoid misuse, overuse, or theft.
Establish an additional secured place that could be used as a morgue, if required, and where the safe custody of the bodies will be ensured
Establish additional secured places to manage an increased amount of infectious waste.
Third parties' secured access
Implement access control and authorization for third parties if waste management, cleaning, or other services are outsourced.
Ambulatory (testing) sites
Ensure secured access control and authorizations for essential workforce if ambulatory sites are used.
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