The new feature will only be applied with explicit consent and privacy from SafetyLine users
SafetyLine Lone Worker is receiving an update and will be adding contact tracing to its suite of business intelligence features for worker safety to help track and stop the spread of COVID-19. The contact tracing feature will be available for free to current and new users with a SafetyLine subscription.
The new feature will only be applied with explicit consent and privacy from SafetyLine users.
“As worker safety professionals, we are always listening to what the current needs are of our customers and the public,” said Gabriel Caldwell, CTO at SafetyLine. “SafetyLine's powerful technology can be used to effectively perform contact tracing and track the spread of the virus. Because of this unique opportunity that we have, it's our responsibility to use that for the good of our communities to keep them safe.”
With Canadians emerging from quarantine and the workforce increasing contact with each other, the workload of contact tracing could increase exponentially. SafetyLine's automated technology can provide companies with access to workers' GPS location histories, including other users who they interacted with within six feet of each other. This empowers companies to respond quickly if a user displays symptoms, keeping your workforce safe so you can maintain business operations.