ExaClair, the UK supplier of Exacompta, has launched a Track & Trace Log Book as part of its Guildhall professional books and filing range to help businesses align to and support current NHS Test & Trace requirements and keep accurate records of those who enter and leave their facilities.
The Log Book has been specifically designed for businesses to keep records of staff, customers and visitors who attend their premises, allowing them to maintain the information required by the NHS Test & Trace system such as name, contact number, date, arrival and departure times, group size and primary on-premises contacts.
Lawrence Savage, Marketing Manager at ExaClair, says: “The Log Book provides a quick, easy and efficient way for companies to accurately and responsibly comply with the NHS Track & Trace service that has been established to help support public health and safety. We hope that it helps businesses feel more confident and comfortable in returning to work premises.”
Produced in ExaClair’s King’s Lynn-based factory, the book provides instructions on how to maintain precise records to support the governmental initiative, as well as guidance on how to manage and dispose of the data collected within GDPR guidelines. Its design allows for easy disposal, so it can be securely destroyed in a responsible manner, such as shredding.
Instructions on how to use the book, as well as a downloadable and informative customer notice for businesses to display, can be accessed at www.exacompta.com/trace.