The WorkSafe app is designed to make the process of getting you and your staff back to work as easy and as safe as possible. It uses real time data to make it easier to keep track of staff, and more importantly to keep track of the spread of Covid-19. It’s essentially a daily symptom checking platform that allows your employees to use the built-in health assessment questions each day to keep track of how they’re feeling. All of the data entered by all of your employees is then available in real time, allowing you to monitor the Covid-19 situation within your business.
The WorkSafe SARS-CoV-2 advanced symptom checker for companies is first downloaded by all of your employees. Then, every day before they start work, they fill out a short, CDC compliant questionnaire regarding the possible symptoms they may be experiencing.
Employees are then told whether or not they are ready for work, or if they should contact someone else, and the app will tell them who they need to contact. All of the data from all of your employees is accessible by you in real time, so you can assess the situation at all times. All of this is intended to make the transition back to work as smooth and as safe as possible.
The WorkSafe app is designed to be not just easy to use, but also highly customizable and it can be adjusted based on your business’ workflow and any specific policies that you have in place. You will have access to your own employer dashboard, where you will be able to see all of the data regarding each of your employees, so you are better prepared for possible staff shortages, or possible outbreaks of the virus.
You’ll be able to use the built-in filtering tools to show you all of your employees at once, or to split things up by location, department or any other division that will make it easier for you to keep track of things. The app is thus perfect for businesses both big and small that want to make it safer and easier for their staff to get back to work. To download the WorkSafe app and get started with your safe transition back to work, click here click here.