Omnigo announces CleanTraQ, a sanitation software designed for facility management divisions and businesses as they reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.
CleanTraQ records alerts of events and incidents that require deep cleaning and sanitation processes and records mandatory compliance for cleanliness, ensuring a safe return to work for employees, according to the press release.
“In today’s global climate, it’s more important than ever for businesses to ensure that employees and guests feel safe in their facilities,” said Omnigo CEO Richard DeFrancisco.
“CleanTraQ was designed to mitigate compliance liability and drive accountability, whether you’re serving patients, students, employees or customers. We are delighted to give that extra layer of confidence to the general public.”
The software allows businesses to schedule, track and verify that all cleaning and sanitation tasks are being met as required by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Departments of Health, and other regulatory organizations.
According to the company, it also acts as an interface for both supervisory and custodial personnel to:
- Reduce virus spread by tracking high-contact areas. Facility managers can schedule sanitation routes, track completions and ensure high-traffic, high-risk areas are being sanitized within specific timeframes.
- Ensure compliance with validated and documented sanitation activity management. CleanTraQ allows businesses to verify and report adherence to regulatory boards while limiting the risk of liability with an audit trail of historical reports.
- Minimize cost and increase accountability. The software removes the need for manual tracking of sanitation tasks and includes built-in employee training for accountability.
Additionally, CleanTraQ for web and mobile supports multiple locations and users with a full suite of reporting capabilities and access to live data and insights. It can be purchased as a complement to any of Omnigo’s safety management offerings.
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