COVID-19 Rapid Testing for Businesses in Melbourne
9th September, 2021
Melbourne businesses are increasing their use of rapid antigen testing as a way of screening their workforce, contractors and visitors for COVID-19, especially when they do not have symptoms.
For Melbourne businesses that require their workforce to be on-site, such as those in the mining, construction, supply chain and warehousing industries, COVID-19 rapid testing at your premises can help protect your workforce and business operation as a whole.
Rapid Antigen Testing Service for Businesses
Cornerstone Health have been operating public COVID-19 testing clinics since March 2020. In August 2021, we expanded to this service to businesses and schools in Sydney and Melbourne. Our specially trained team of testing professionals have already administered 10,000 rapid antigen tests for COVID-19. This can include drive-thru COVID testing facilities at different shifts throughout the day.
Our testing teams are specifically training in the correct use of Rapid Antigen Test kits and the interpretation of the test results. So, whether you're a business of 30 or 300 employees, we can help screen your workforce for COVID-19.
Rapid Antigen Testing Supervisor Service
For those businesses wanting to operate their own Rapid Antigen Testing, Cornerstone Health also offers a supervisor service. For these clients, we train your own team on the use of Rapid Antigen Test kits, supply the test kits and PPE, and provide ongoing on-site and remote support, any time of the day.
To learn more
If you would like to find out more about a COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Testing service for a business or school in Melbourne, please phone Jo Stewart on 0419 122 029 or Contact Us online.
What is Rapid Antigen Testing not suitable for?
Cornerstone Health are specialists at setting up Rapid Antigen Testing clinics for businesses, administered by trained healthcare professionals. Rapid Antigen Testing is not a substitute for common COVID-safe practises including the correct wearing of face masks, correct social distancing and frequent hand hygiene. Positive test results or symptomatic persons will require immediate confirmatory testing with a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test.