altumAI announced today that futureWork extended its worker health and safety solution to support businesses returning to work.
futureWork was launched in 2017 with a core focus of using technology and data to protect worker health and safety. Since inception, futureWork businesses have monitored their workers’ risk using the futureWork Supervisor and Worker applications to mitigate risk on the jobsite. The mobile-enabled software and apps give organizations insight to understand and avoid risk across organizations with aggregated risk scores, micro-training, coaching and messaging. futureWork provides workers with tailored insight to understand and avoid their individual risk with risk scores, micro-training, and messaging.
futureWork’s latest Screener and Guest apps and software supports the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions’ new recommended employer return-to-work guidelines around education, self-screening and administrative controls.
“While COVID-19 has disrupted every aspect of business across the U.S., one common thread across all industries is that worker health and safety has never been more important,” says Douglas Turk, CEO of altumAI. “futureWork supports the state return-to-work guidelines of employee education, self-screening and individual control measures. Each of these is centered on providing the right information and data to the worker and ensuring communication and engagement occurs across an organization. futureWork is uniquely positioned to deliver and help businesses return to work.”