Larsen & Toubro Infotech (LTI) has launched the LTI SafeRadius app to make sure that the health of the workforce remains protected as they return to working from office, in phases. The GDPR-compliant return-to-work app — which takes into account all government norms as well as guidelines issued by international health organisations — is aimed at ensuring employee well-being along with improved operational efficiency.
Capable of offering valuable and intuitive operational risk analyses, the app can record, process, integrate and present data from various sources within and outside an organisation.
LTI SafeRadius will help companies analyse information across locations on LTI’s self-serve analytics platform, Mosaic Lens. The platform provides ace-quality analytics, detailed reports, and visualisation that can facilitate daily decision-making.
Speaking to HRKatha, Ajay Tripathi, CHRO, L&T Infotech said, “The primary intent behind launching this application was to provide insights to employees, just in case they come across in close proximity with an individual in the office premises. This tracking will ensure people are able to maintain social distancing.”
Integrated with the Government’s Aarogya Setu app in India, through a survey questionnaire, it can help organisations in India capture data/ information pertaining to employees’ health and well-being in the context of the coronavirus, not just within their workplaces, but outside as well.
In Ajay’s words, the response from the employees has been very fulfilling, after the employees have started using this application.
In addition to highlighting the hotspots and contact tracing, the app is designed to determine the overall health of employees, report incidents, profile high-risk individuals, allocate seats, draw up schedules and shifts in a staggered manner, manage transportation, and also provide real-time alerts in case of unplanned or accidental gatherings of people.
Through the app, circulars, advisories, guidelines and even news can be shared with the staff. The app, which uses Bluetooth connectivity also allows managers to obtain operational reports via a real-time dashboard.