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How Veoci Eases the Return-to-Work Process

Jul 17, 2020

Back to Veoci BlogHow Veoci Eases the Return-to-Work Process

Organizations can't rush into the return-to-work process; it will require considerable thought and preparation. Preventing the spread of COVID-19 is a job all of us, not just medical professionals and public health departments, need to step into.

As an institution, your organization can actively work towards reducing the likelihood of COVID-19 by catering its return-to-work to preventative measures like social distancing and screening.

Veoci has enabled its customers to implement over 400 solutions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including return-to-work solutions.

Employees each fill out a screening form, a fully tailored Veoci Form; the form provides each employee with a set of qualifying questions, which is then used to determine if they’re fit and capable of coming into work. The forms can be highly customized and catered to policies and other procedures an organization may have, including post-travel sefl-quarantine and possible exposure and isolation. Veoci then takes their answers to the questions in the screening form, and determines if they can come into the office or not. Employees can then use their receipts from the form, either print or digital, to validate their access upon entry.

This data can then be given to the party that controls building access, and that party can ensure only permitted employees are entering the building each day. Additionally, Veoci can also integrate with existing access systems to control who has key access to the building each day.

The administrative side of this comes in a Dashboard, where tiles can display all the data the screening form gathers. Like Forms, Dashboards are also fully customizable, and these views can show gathered data in any way. Personnel overseeing building access can see views of who was in within the past day, three days, week, or more; this can give your organization a head start in contact tracing if an infection were to slip through.

Similarly, if your organization often has visitors on site, the same solution can be deployed for visitors as well.

As the pandemic continues, this solution can evolve alongside it. Your organization can implement additional questions to the screening form and more views to the administrative dashboard.

In order to return to work smoothly and safely, organizations will need to take precautions, including implementing new policies and procedures. Veoci’s return-to-work solution provides the tools organizations need to make these policies and procedures effective and to ease the transition back into the office.

Learn more about Veoci other COVID-19 solutions.

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