Since last summer’s launch of mobile and web application CheckSafe, Sev1Tech has been using the tool to provide COVID-19 related health and safety tracking and alerts for employees.
The company developed CheckSafe to help create a safe workplace for employees as businesses return to a new normal, and as people come back to their offices.
And now, CheckSafe can assist companies in tracking vaccinated employees and those planning to get the vaccination. It can also identify employees who need help finding vaccination locations.
The reporting tool boasts symptom and location tracking. Its capabilities allow administrators to check in users through a screening process. Employees are required to report their work location for the day before entering the office and note whether they have COVID-19 symptoms. And before being cleared to enter an office location, employees receive temperature checks that are logged into CheckSafe.
Administrators can track which employees report to locations and can alert specific ones in the event of a possible exposure. Plus, the app has reminders that encourage employees to sanitize and clean their workstations — and employees can confirm via the app once they do.
“We are all excited to return to our new normal at Sev1Tech, which includes bringing more employees back into the office with increased safety and social distancing precautions,” Martin Wright, chief information officer at Sev1Tech, said last summer when the tool was released.
“In response to COVID-19, our organization has taken necessary steps to ensure our employees and their families have the resources to slow the spread,” he added. “The introduction of CheckSafe is pivotal in tracking employee locations, health symptoms, and for enforcing regular sanitizing measures. With CheckSafe, we can better ensure the health and safety of all our employees.”
CheckSafe was developed internally by Sev1Tech’s team, which includes Wright, Senior Application Developer Tyler Bonci, Senior Subject Matter Expert & Web Application Developer Steve Kim and Chief Cloud Solutions Architect Collin Pace.