Coronavirus continues with its devastating spell on the world. But the show must go on. Coronavirus is not going to go away anytime soon. A new world has to be imagined. A new world that takes effective counter-measures to control the virus.
Sectors like IT, legal, accounting, etc. can afford to have “work from home” policies. But workers can’t take the factory home with them. Things can only be produced in the workplace. There is no substitute for that. The International Labor Organization recommends a five-step guide to tackle coronavirus. But, creating measures for coronavirus is not enough, here’s how you can successfully implement the five-step guide with Pulse:
1. Ensure health and safety measures are being followed
With Pulse, you can create checklists customized for Covid-19 related counter-measures. You can enforce health and safety measures with minimal interactions. Create, schedule, and manage checklists with ease.
2. Identify the hazards and work on them
With Pulse, identify the hazards present in the workplace. Simply create an inspection. Specify the person who’s supposed to do it according to a group, department, function, and any other constant variable that you want. Set a deadline for the task, and you’re good to go. When the hazards are identified, assign the hazards to departments that are capable of working on them and gauge your progress on Pulse. Ask for a picture as proof to make sure the hazard was dealt with effectively.
3. Identify who might be harmed and set protocols to protect them
In some workplaces, work processes are such that certain people could be at risk. For example, the situation can be that the work stations are close and cannot be moved further apart. Inspect with Pulse checklists three times a day to ensure that the workers are wearing PPE’s and sanitizing regularly.
4. Evaluate the risks and decide your safety and health measures
With Pulse, set up inspections and audits to carefully evaluate the risk factors in the workplace. Decide your safety and health measures that are specifically crafted, keeping in mind the risks. What’s more? You can set up weekly or monthly inspections to ensure that the measures are being followed. Also, evaluate risks once in a week or once in a month and tweak the measures according to the need of the hour.
5. Maintain records of every inspection and audit with ease
Pulse is paperless and digital. Keep a permanent record of every inspection and audit that was carried out in the organization, who was responsible for carrying it out, and the time frame in which it was carried out. Keep track of the inspections completed, failed inspections, and inspections that were not carried out. Share reports of the inspections to allow the action setters to identify failed areas and resolve them.
6. Get an analysis of your inspections
Pulse will make your job easier. Get access to an advanced analytics dashboard to keep abreast the performance of your employees. All the completed inspections are transformed into reports that you can customize according to your requirements. Never lose a finding, a risk assessment, or any other document for that matter. Your data stays safe and secure.
7. Deal with the virus effectively with Pulse
When there are frequent and effective inspections, it is easier to identify the hazards and neutralize them. Regular inspections also ensure that you can continuously manage the safety and health measures by peering at the findings and risk assessments.
Hop on to Pulse. Keep on working with watertight safety and health measures in place. And stay one step ahead of the virus.