RNZ: Businesses say they’re in the dark about contact tracing

(April 22, 2020 – New Zealand) Businesses in New Zealand are desperate to know what minimum amount of contact tracing they must provide or invest in to operate under alert level 3 or, in just under three weeks, level 2. James Burnes, of Safer Lines, outlines what is necessary from NZ government to help small businesses make a smart decision on how to comply with regulations as soon as possible.

Listen to the interview conducted by reporter Phil Pennington.

The article interviews Retail NZ chief executive Greg Harford and Employers and Manufacturers Association chief executive Brett O’Riley in addition to Burnes.

Safer Lines’ primary solution is to handle queueing for business. As a result of our technology’s design, we are also able to provide contact tracing data collection for clients that can be shared with health authorities when required.

Read the complete article from Radio New Zealand.