Still Relying on Valuable Internal Resources and Manpower to Manually Monitor the Ongoing Health and Safety of Your Employees in 2023?
Throughout and beyond the pandemic our Automated Wellness Screening Engine (AWSE) has been keeping clients and communities safe and informed in uncertain times. Whether communicating protocols with remote workers, enabling drug screenings for new hires, managing sick time, sharing never before seen return to work protocols or measuring fit-for-duty activities, WellCheck can help.
Let us show you how we can automate pieces of these new protocols or the entire workflow like we have been doing for organizations like Harley Davidson, Coca Cola, and New York Presbyterian. Contact a WellCheck Safety Specialist to learn more.
Critical Workplace Safety Tips for the New Year
Natural disasters, onsite job injuries, or active shooter threats can happen at any time; therefore, it’s important that your business implements workplace safety guidelines.
Organizations should develop a set of workplace safety policies that aid in reducing onsite injuries and prioritizing employee’s safety. These workplace safety policies should include an emergency response plan, safety training, and a communication strategy. They will also contribute to creating a safe working environment for all employees.
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Protecting Workers from Cold Stress
With historic snowfalls and recent low temperatures at times throughout the USA this winter, it’s now more critical than ever to protect your workers from cold stress! Cold temperatures and increased wind speed cause heat to leave the body more quickly, putting workers at risk. Anyone working in the cold may be at risk. Learn what to do in case of cold stress by reviewing the latest resource below from OSHA.
WellCheck makes a handy tool to send safety alerts notifying staff working outside of warnings and the protocol to mitigate risks in-real time. Check-in on and remotely monitor your teams in the field via text message. Learn more about safety alerts from WellCheck by clicking here.