The world is experiencing a standstill in businesses and services, and those who are working as essential services are at risk of getting COVID-19
while on the job. Essential services are exactly that, and so we need to protect staff wherever we can. Health and safety protocols are a must, but what other measures can businesses take to ensure the safety of their staff? How do businesses plan to work during this pandemic?
We have a few key solutions for essential service businesses to protect their field workers and office staff. Eworks Manager’s Job Management Software has helped many companies continue business and services, while still enabling them to work remotely and safely. Read below to find out more about how our software can keep your field workers safe.
Our Job Management System
is cloud-based and can be accessed from any device. This means that your entire business can be run remotely, from home, at the office or in the field. Our software enables you to store all customer information, send quotes and invoices, track your inventory or stock, assign jobs to your mobile workers and track their job progress and where they are. It is important to keep business running at an optimum level during this time, especially when your services are in demand, but it is also important to keep everyone safe.
By now, we are becoming more aware of germs and need to wash our hands regularly, but have you thought about your paperwork? Strange question, but you need to be aware that the virus can be transmitted by touching surfaces, including paper. Working from a cloud-based mobile system will solve that problem, by eliminating hand-to-hand contact. Eworks can also digitise any documents or certificates for you that you may need for your business. Our software will save you time and paperwork, and give you access to all your important documents from your device. This also applies to your field workers if they need to fill out paperwork on the job. Eliminating paperwork is a great way to keep your field workers safe
and reducing risk of Covid-19 infections.