Covid-19 Testing Kits. Workplace Testing for Employees

The different types of tests and testing kits for employees. Results you can trust.
  • FDA EUA Approved
  • All-inclusive turn-key solutions
  • Get results from 15 to 48 hours

*From 15 minutes to 48 hours for antigen test. 24-48 hours for PCR testing.

COVID-19 Flexible,
Turnkey Testing Solutions

TrueCare24 partners with employers to deliver onsite antigen, antibody and PCR testing.

We put medical professionals onsite to rapidly test your workforce as they arrive for work or throughout the workday. Our flexible, turnkey programs integrate with and strengthen your company’s COVID-19 response strategy.

COVID-19 Testing | Corporate Well-Being

Rapid Diagnostic Antigen Test

  • Test employees who show symptoms with a simple or traditional nasal swab.
  • Understand who is actively infected and should be quarantine within 15-30 min.
  • Enables frequent cost-efficient prescreening with 84-88% sensitivity.
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COVID-19 Antibody Test (Blood Draw)

  • Understand who has been exposed to COVID-19 with a finger prick or vein blood draw.
  • Get an insight whether added measures are needed.
  • Plan who should come back to work or factor this immunity into how shifts are scheduled.
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Molecular-based Tests (rRT-PCR).

  • Test employees who shows symptoms with a simple nasal swab.
  • Understand who is actively infected and should be quarantine within 24-72h.*
  • Prevent the COVID-19 spread by individuals who are in frequent contact with the public.
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COVID-19 Testing Services For Employees

  • Test kits & Logistics included
  • We provide all required PPEs
  • We provide trained Nurse teams
  • Back up providers in case of issues
  • Assigned operations manager
  • Disposal of medical waste

End-To-End Virus Control Services

On-site Employee Check by Pros

Fully equipped nursing teams for personnel screening

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I decide if symptom checking, testing and the processing of employee health data is necessary?

To help you decide whether measures such as collecting employee health information or asking staff to be tested for COVID-19 are necessary, you should consider the specific circumstances of your organisation and workplace. These include:

the type of work you do;
the type of premises you have; and
whether working from home is possible.
You should consider whether specific regulations or health and safety requirements apply to your organisation or staff. You should also take into account whether you have a specific duty of care to employees. This wider legal framework will help in informing how you apply data protection law.

Keep in mind that, due to its sensitivity, health data is classed as ‘special category data’ and has extra protections under data protection law.

You should be clear about what you are trying to achieve and whether personal information is necessary for that purpose. Data protection law provides you with flexibility if you can demonstrate that you need to process personal information for a specific purpose.

Once you've considered your circumstances, ask yourself these questions:

Do you really need the information?
Will these steps actually help you provide a safe environment?
Could you achieve the same result without collecting personal information, in particular, without health information?
If you can show that your approach is reasonable, fair and proportionate, then data protection is very unlikely to be a barrier. If staff proactively ask you to collect information in relation to COVID-19 or to undertake testing, you could use this to demonstrate that your measures are proportionate for those employees.

If you decide that it is necessary to test staff, you need to make sure you manage the information appropriately.

When considering if your approach can be less intrusive, the following questions may be useful:

Can you confine the collection of health data to the highest risk roles?
Can you limit access to health data, so that only medically qualified staff, those working under specific confidentiality agreements or those in appropriate positions of responsibility see it?
Do you have reasonable alternative measures which don't rely on personal information, such as strict social distancing or working from home?