As businesses resume work, employers need to consider how best to decrease the spread of COVID-19 and lower the impact in their workplaces. CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and QCI (Quality Council of India) in India have defined guidelines for keeping workspaces safe.
Crayon and HealthPasture have partnered to assist businesses implement practices, conduct hazard assessments, educate their staff and create a surveillance culture using the Ibhar EHS-Q solution.
“COVID-19 pandemic has probably changed the way everyone works. And as we have always emphasised on being a people-first organisation, safeguarding our most valuable assets – our people from COVID is currently our highest priority. This collaboration testifies that Crayon has outgrown itself from simply a digital transformation company to become one, who caters holistically for enterprise evolvement and upgradation,” comments Vikas Bhonsle, CEO at Crayon India.
Ibhar EHS-Q is a comprehensive web and mobile driven solution that assists in implementing the QCI Wash, CDC guidelines and provides the ability to continually monitor, educate and improve.
“Our experience of having worked with hundreds of hospitals to prevent and control infection has made the Ibhar EHS-Q solution bring healthcare practices to non-healthcare settings. Crayon has been doing significant work in getting businesses to reduce overall costs of IT infrastructure deployment. We are excited to leverage this and Crayon’s reach to assist in keeping more workplaces safe at low costs and time,” says C. Bernard, Managing Director at HealthPasture.
Ibhar EHS-Q integrates to Aarogya Setu app and Microsoft Teams enhancing quicker adoption and larger participation of employees.