Designed to help employers meet the increasingly complex legal duty of care responsibilities that have emerged as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Traction Guest has introduced a new Return-to-Work Solution.
Featuring robust and easy-to-use tools, the Traction Guest Return-to-Work Solution streamlines the return of employees and essential visitors to the physical workplace during COVID-19 and mitigates compliance risks across the entire visit lifecycle.
It enables businesses to validate identity and enforce data collection; monitor and manage site access; and receive real-time actionable information for analyzing and communicating the effectiveness of the reopening processes.
“Historically, global organizations have been focused on the health, wellness and security of their expatriate demographic and business traveler population. Now, with the threat of COVID-19, the focus is shifting to the safety of all employees,” said Alex Elson, director of Risk Management and Security Integrator Alliances at Traction Guest.
“Going forward in the new normal, duty of care considerations must not omit employee and visitor management. With the Traction Guest Return-to-Work Solution, this is no longer a blind spot for global risk management programs.”
The new solution includes tools to support pre-visit engagement and collection of forms including health attestations, liability waivers, informational videos and evolving PPE policies and safety protocols. Additionally, with the new appointments feature, organizations can implement more granular approaches to site access and capacity planning.
Onsite, employers can monitor each person’s access using designated QR codes and are able to automatically withhold entry for unacceptable or incomplete responses to the data collection and validation process. They can also preset limits for the total number of employees onsite to enforce social distancing protocols.
Valuable post-visit analytics surface insights to help business leaders make timely decisions about contact tracing, emergency communications such as outbreak alerts, staff training, PPE and cleaning policies, staff scheduling and change management. Employers can also conduct post-visit surveys to gauge employee return-to-work satisfaction to improve future onsite experiences.