ATLANTA, April 22, 2020 — AODocs, one of the fastest-growing content services platform providers, today announced the immediate availability of its COVID-19 Crisis Outreach App. This new AODocs tool helps companies comply with their obligation to report work-related illnesses as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in the U.S. as well as by government agencies in many other countries.
In light of the OSHA announcement that COVID-19 cases should be reported in accordance with their Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements, AODocs is offering the Crisis Outreach App free of charge for 90 days to any organization that signs up by April 30, 2020. Existing AODocs customers can add the Crisis Outreach App and library directly to their AODocs platform installation at no extra charge.
The Crisis Outreach App enables organizations to manage the outreach and well-being of their employees as it relates to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Specifically, the app allows companies to:
- Comply with the OSHA regulation in the U.S. to report work-related illnesses, and as required by other government agencies globally
- Manage employee records, control email communication, and track the status of employee well-being
- Track and trace employees that come into contact with a potentially contagious person
- Automate notifications and reminders for employees and crisis managers
“Companies around the world are being forced to react, share information, and make important decisions much faster and on a much wider scale than ever before, and this requires a heightened level of information agility that many are struggling to deliver,” said Stéphane Donzé, CEO of AODocs. “We introduced the AODocs Crisis Outreach App because we’re committed to helping organizations manage the unique and rapidly evolving challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“Many organizations are scrambling to figure out how to adhere to regulatory requirements for COVID-19 reporting. Those who can leverage the cloud and minimize the impact on IT resources while maintaining the underlying control reporting capabilities required by OSHA and other government entities will be able to focus on managing their business and distributed operations while doing all they can to keep employees safe and healthy,” added Donzé.
More information and a demo on the COVID-19 Crisis Outreach App is available here.