Safe Access

July 16, 2020

It’s no secret that the reopening of America has been a little touch and go. While so many were anxious to get back to work and rekindle what has been culturally normal about summers here in the States, COVID has kept us all asking the questions: “Is it really safe anymore? Can we go there? Can we do that?” With a strong resurgence of cases nationwide, it’s difficult to know whether or not we reopened too soon or if perhaps the hype and hysteria is a strategic political tool.

But there is a contingent of people that are considered “essential workers” that never sat on the sidelines. They’ve been showing up to work, putting in long hours with no real opportunity to slow down because everyone still needs them to do their job. Calling them “essential” is almost an understatement.

SPOT has been standing with essential workers on the front lines since the beginning. With our data collection expertise, we mobilized our tool to capture and track employees symptoms everyday that they showed up on site. But collecting health data, we not only helped to mitigate and prevent potential exposures, we also expedited the process of contact-tracing should the need arise.

By retrofitting our tool to include monitoring the health of its’ users, we are equipping our clients with the confidence and peace of mind they need to do their job well without fear of infection.

The tool is efficient and effective. Answer a short list of questions. When your answers have been processed, you are either approved for entry or recommended to return home. When approved, you receive a personalized QR code that it sent to your mobile device. Scan that code like you would scan a boarding pass. That’s it. You’re in.

At SPOT, our goal is as much to create workplace efficiencies as it is to increase the wellbeing, productivity and safety of our customers. Yes, we care about your business. But more importantly, we care about your safety as individual people. SPOT’s holistic approach to equipping our customers not only ensures that their businesses succeed but they thrive personally as well.

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