COVID-19 Vaccine Proof Management for Employers
HIPAA compliant vaccine proof tracking. Get everyone back to work safely. Manage a mixed immunity workforce.
What vaccine management does for your business
- Demonstrates commitment to a safe space for employees
- Gives you the tools to manage a mixed immunity environment
- Fast tracks immunized employees to fewer safety measures.
- Provides insights to reduce healthcare costs
- Safeguards against vaccine uncertainties that may require future action.
- Enables compliance with OSHA and reduces business risk
How it works
New Screening Questions
Vaccination status becomes part of health screening information
HR Command Center
Up to Date Vaccination Database
ReturnSafe tracks vaccination status, type and proof
“Keeping our doors open and our community safe”
It is inevitable that one or more members of our community will be diagnosed with COVID-19 this year. With ReturnSafe, we can identify the people who were in contact with a diagnosed individual and need to quarantine — while keeping our doors open and our community safe.
Keep your workforce safe
Enables business continuity in a mixed immunity workplace
How is the safety of a vaccine determined?
What is Operation Warp Speed?
Operation Warp Speed is a program run out of the Health and Human Services Federal Government Agency with a goal to deliver 300 million doses of COVID-19 safe and effective vaccines by January 2021.
Can employers require COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace?
There have been many articles and opinions written about this subject. SHRM has several good resources including this article and quote: “Employers may require vaccines before employees return to the worksite if the failure to be vaccinated constitutes a direct threat to other employees in the workplace because the virus is rampant and easily transmitted in the workplace,” said Robin Samuel, an attorney with Baker McKenzie in Los Angeles. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has not ruled on this matter yet, however many feel they will follow a similar approach to how mandatory flu vaccinations are handled and provide for exceptions for disability or religious factors.
Here are several other articles and opinions:|
Fisher Phillips | Oct 2020 (insights, state law chart)
Nexsen Pruet | Dec 2020
Can, and Should, Employers Require that Employees be Vaccinated for Covid-19?
Epstein | Nov 2020
3-minute video: It’s Time To Ready Your Vaccine Policy