Trackem and Work Safety during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Trackem is Focused on Helping Keep Your Business Operating Efficiently and Your Assets Secure During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Given the current global situation we are all facing, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become more important to find ways to help businesses operate in a manner that is safe, efficient and secure. Trackem is here to help.

Here are some ways WhereSafe can help during COVID-19:

Read our Blog Post: GPS Tech Can Help Keep Business Efficient In the COVID-19 Environment


Working From Home and Social Distancing

  • Know where your vehicles, equipment and employees are at all times, while you work from home. You can clock work hours to the minute knowing when workers come to and from jobsites
  • Allow workers to take company vehicles home, so they do not have to come into the office before heading to a jobsite or delivery route. This will encourage trust, loyalty and is good social distancing practice
  • Knowing where workers are can help plan jobs, routes, suppliers and more, to ensure social distancing best practices
  • Get notified if staff are in areas that are not safe

Secure Business Assets

  • Some regions around the world are seeing spikes in theft. Trackem GPS tracked assets (eg. fleet vehicles, busses, trucks, excavators, job boxes, c-cans and more) will notify business owners/managers if they have been moved
  • With many businesses closed temporarily, lots and yards with high valued assets (eg. car dealerships, RV dealerships, construction sites, etc.) could be unsecure and prone to theft. Trackem real-time GPS will let you know the exact location of assets at all times

In Case of Employee Infection

  • In the worst case scenario, if a staff member does contract COVID-19, Trackem GPS could be a great aid in understanding the whereabouts of the victim for public health officials to use to investigate the case of infection
General Points about stopping the spread:
  • Disinfect your key touch points in your car daily (
  • Wash your hands often
  • Sneeze or cough into your elbow
  • Remain 2 metres away
  • Communicate via telephone or web, avoid unnecessary in person meetings
  • Avoid non-essential gatherings and groups of 5 or more people
  • avoid public places that are typically crowded
  • Limit contact with the elderly, who are at a higher risk



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