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How Technology Ensures Social Distancing for HVAC Workers

By Construction Tech Review | Wednesday, July 29, 2020

With social distancing becoming the new norm, HVAC is seeking help from technology.

FREMONT, CA: The post COVID world is highly driven by change pertaining to regulations, society, and health. With safety becoming the only priority in the corporate and business side of the world, social distance forms the inevitable effort of employers, employees, and society as a whole. The good news is that technology is dedicating itself to address all such complexities of the present.

Top 10 HVAC Consulting/Service Companies - 2019Social distancing technology has now taken center stage in the HVAC industry. Especially in HVAC, both the safety of the employee and customers is a pivotal consideration. Workers working in the construction sites post-COVID must maintain a certain amount of distance between themselves in order to conform with the new regulatory parables. Construction involves mechanical efforts and physical coordination. Be it the renovation or a fresh construction of a building, HVAC workers often get into direct contact with the coworkers on the job site.

Catering all the above practical challenges faced by the HVAC workers, technology has proposed new and advanced methods to enable social distancing and achieve productivity goals as well. Going contactless is a new opportunity that technology has offered the domain of HVAC. The use of remote monitoring and working technology solutions is one of the practical ways that help HVAC personnel to go contactless.

Contactless technologies help HVAC professionals and authorities to monitor the work done by the workers on the field. Also, remote technological aid helps the HVAC staff and trainers to train the new workers and guide the existing ones and help them get through the task via digital channels. With the help of such contactless solutions, not even a single HVAC projects could be on hold or procrastinated. In this way, the construction industry is sure to reap larger benefits in terms of both achieving the milestones at work and bagging revenue to the highest level. 

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