Origami Risk, a risk, safety and insurance software as a service (SaaS) technology firm, has developed new online tools for healthcare providers, nursing homes and employers in all sectors to track employee COVID-19 vaccinations as well as to monitor and facilitate reporting of workplace outbreaks of the pandemic.
The tools enable employers in all sectors to track vaccination status of their entire employee population and to monitor designated outbreaks (currently defined by certain state regulators as involving three workers or more at a single location within a 14-day period) at their facilities in all parts of the world for required reporting.
Additionally, Origami’s pandemic outbreak monitoring and reporting tool enables employers to identify and track infection outbreaks at any single location so they can conduct mandated internal and external reporting on a timely basis, as well as initiate quarantining and exposure tracking measures to thwart further spread of infection.
Both tools meet U.S. and international security standards and can be integrated into an employer’s existing human resource management system (HRMS) or operated and maintained on a stand-alone basis. The vaccine tracking and infection outbreak monitoring tools also do not require the use or purchase of Origami Risk’s platform.
The new tools build on Origami’s platform-based COVID-19 digital suite introduced earlier in the year to address a range of employer needs as the pandemic spread rapidly across the U.S. and around the world. In addition to monitoring PPE supplies, fit tests and related employee compliance, the platforms track employee exposures to COVID-19, travel and quarantine, as well as pandemic spread and resulting shutdowns or curtailments affecting individual employer locations, and relevant preparedness and contingency measures, response and communication.
Origami Risk provides SaaS options for the risk, safety, and insurance industry — from insured corporate and public entities to brokers and risk consultants, insurers, third party claims administrators (TPAs), and risk pools.
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