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SUBJECT: Genesis company building world’s largest collection of free occupational health and safety expertise
DATE: April 8
To help organizations keep their employees safe during and after the global COVID-19 pandemic, Genesis company totaliQ is launching a free light version of its enterprise Expertise Management platform, safetyiQ.
safetyiQ’s goal is to become the world’s largest collection of actionable occupational health and safety expertise and to make it available to every organization to keep employees safe.
“Employers are responsible for keeping their employees safe, and that has become more challenging since the risk profile of even the most basic operations has dramatically changed as a result of COVID-19,” said Andrew Sinclair, founder and CEO, totaliQ.
“We believe that each organization shouldn’t have to figure out how to manage this risk in isolation as they either continue operations or return to normal operations once the pandemic passes. Safety is not proprietary.”
safetyiQ will allow employees, managers and occupational health and safety professionals to share best practices, templates, lessons learned, Q&A and more.
It will also auto-generate an inventory of each user’s areas of expertise so that collaborators can identify experts in specific topics within this online community.
Organizations or employees wishing to join the online community can do so by visiting yourtotaliQ.com.
totaliQ provides an enterprise expertise management solution for engineering and technical service providers. The company launched in 2018 as a spin-off of a specialty engineering company. totaliQ’s unique gamified AI solution helps companies that rely on their employees’ expertise as a source of their competitive advantage to leverage this experience in proposal generation and project execution. For more information, visit totaliQ online.
As Newfoundland and Labrador’s pre-eminent innovation hub, Genesis is known for its flagship incubator program, Enterprise, which began more than 20 years ago. Since its inception, Genesis has expanded its programming to support startups from the ideation stage all the way to scaling their business. Genesis’ mission is to create economic wealth for the province by developing and supporting technology entrepreneurs. For more information, visit Genesis online.
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