UST Global, a leading digital transformation solutions company, announced a new service offering, Return to Work Digital Solutions for Enterprises, which transfers best practices from healthcare and essential businesses to provide organizations with optimal safety and security for their workforce and enabling business continuity throughout the crisis.
COVID-19 has irrevocably changed how society will operate, and that will be especially true for today’s businesses. UST Global has designed modular approach to help companies manage the essential steps for returning employees to the workplace and support everyone’s health and safety while aiding business continuity for the organization. UST Global’s approach helps companies create a road-map, allowing them to prioritize groups of employees based on return-to-work need and risks, and then to monitor the workplace after they return.
The key aspects of USTGlobal’s Return to Work Readiness Model include:
Assess Worker Risk: Integration of curated public COVID-19 data and your employee data will show impact to your business, manage employee risk, and call for immediate actions.
Monitor the Workplace: Proven IoT devices that keep track of vitals and alerts for continuous monitoring in the workplace, while video analytics solutions ensure adherence to safety regulations.
Track Issues: A single intuitive dashboard that catalogs risk and relates it to your business needs.Allows for visibility and rapid mitigation.
Niranjan Ramsunder, Chief Technology Officer, UST Global, said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has precipitated a seismic shift in the way organizations think about workplaces and collaboration. As long as they are well-governed and compliant to privacy regulations, AI-based video analytics, IoT driven proximity, and safety solutions are moving to the mainstream and so are secure remote working solutions. UST Global brings these vital solutions around the ‘future of work’ to our clients, not just for the current challenging times but to prepare for and to thrive in the future.”