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Apr 13, 2020
by Carol Moreira | Apr 13, 2020 TotaliQ , a St. John’s IT company that allows businesses to share the expertise of their workforces, has launched a knowledge-sharing product to help organizations keep their employees safe during and after the COVID-19 pandemic, Named safetyiQ, the product is a free, light version of the company’s enterprise expertise management platform. It has been designed with the goal of building a global collection of health and safety expertise and making it available to all organizations for free. “It is critical for the occupational health and safety community to collaborate on how to help employees work safely in this new environment,” CEO Andrew Sinclair said in a statement. Knowledge of best health and safety practices is now necessary for all enterprises, whether they're continuing to operate in physical facilities during the pandemic, whether they are transitioning to a remote working model or whether they have never really had to think about health and safety before, the statement said. “Within this online community, each member’s areas of expertise will be generated and made visible so others can tap their experience for help,” Sinclair said. “Whether you are a health and safety professional at a construction company, a supervisor in an industrial facility, the owner of a small business or an employee in an office, we are all concerned about our colleagues' physical and mental health.” You can sign up free of charge here. The business of startups never slows down. Sign up here for updates wherever you are, whenever they happen.