National Safety Month: Keeping Your Workforce Safe

No challenge is greater this National Safety Month than keeping your employees and staff safe. Whether you are focused on protecting essential workers or determining how to safely reopen your businesses and bring back employees, LiveSafe is here to help you overcome these safety and security challenges. 

LiveSafe features like Report Incident, SafeWalk, and Broadcast Messaging can be utilized to prevent safety and security incidents from occurring and to keep your community informed and safe regardless of where your employees are working.

Use this LiveSafe Toolkit to provide resources to your organization to promote and maintain a safe environment for all.



How To Report an Incident Handout and Video teach users how to submit tips like Assault/Abuse, Mental Health, or Harassment through the LiveSafe App step-by-step. Share the handout and video with your workforce so they are confident with how to submit a tip when they need to. 

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How To Use LiveSafe Aid provides an overview of how employees and staff can use LiveSafe in the current working environment.Share this aid with your community via your preferred communication channel so everyone knows how to use LiveSafe while working from home, the office, or out in the field.

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Risk Management Best Practices for Your COVID-19 Return to Work Plans Podcast discusses the risks involved in returning to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.Listen to this LiveSafe podcast and discuss your organization’s current plans, procedures, and policies for re-opening your business to ensure the safety and security of your workforce and customers. 

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What Does The Law Say About Your Return To The Workplace Strategy Podcast provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding return to work strategies and several laws and regulations including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, privacy and data protection standards.Listen to this Podcast to understand how several legal experts are advising companies on their return to work strategies.

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  1. Check in with your community regularly via broadcast messages to keep everyone informed about potential plans to return to work and safety precautions being taken. Help reduce some of the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic with regular and transparent communications with your employees and staff. Provide direct links to resources in these messages. Reminder: broadcasts can be sent via the LiveSafe app, text message, or email.
  2. Encourage company leaders and team managers to check in with their employees to make sure everyone is taking care of their physical and mental well-being and are aware of resources available to them. Consider sending a survey to your workforce to understand how they are feeling about current work arrangements and any concerns they have on any company return to work conversations or plans.