Contact Tracing for COVID-19 Using Time & Attendance Data
In a short duration, contact tracing for COVID-19 at workplaces has gone from an unfamiliar concept to a safety imperative or a legal imperative. Join us to learn about contact tracing at the workplace and discover how contractors may be able to put together a contact tracing solution using their time & attendance data.
Wednesday, OCT 7
Until March 2020, many of us likely had not even heard the concept of contact tracing. When a crew member got sick, finding out who else could have come in contact with him or her at our job sites was the last thing in our mind. Less than six months later, such an ability to contact trace workforce has become not only a safety imperative but may also a legal one for many contractors.
The good news is that most contractors likely already have the data necessary for contact tracing their workforce. A sub-contractor or a self-performing contractor who is concerned mostly with its employee can leverage its time & attendance data, or even your payroll data for contact tracing. A general contractor whose responsibility extends to its subcontractors may use its site visitors log for the purpose.
During this webinar, we will discuss some of the regulations regarding contact tracing. We will go over how one can put together a simple but effective contact tracer using data from your timecard or visitor log solution. Whether you use a simple spreadsheet or get a bit more flexible and intuitive by using a business intelligence tool such as Tableau or Power BI, you will be able to put together a solution likely to meet your needs. At the end of the webinar, we will discuss how we solved this challenge for our customers using our time & attendance or site visitors' log solution.
Date and Time
Wednesday, Oct 7, 2020
11:00 AM – 12:00PM