Origami Risk LLC
COVID-19 DIGITAL SOLUTION SUITE
When the coronavirus pandemic hit the United States earlier this year, risk managers across the industries faced a crisis that few had seen before.
"One of the main challenges we saw in March was that risk managers and security managers we worked with did not know where to start," said Christian Schiavone, Chicago-based manager, professional services, risk solutions at Origami Risk LLC.
To help risk managers address the threat posed to their organizations by COVID-19, the risk management information systems and the technology company took many of their existing functions and packed them in a dashboard.
“We knew that our place in this whole dialogue was to be a facilitator. We had to take solutions that we knew were used today and distill it into a package of solutions that were easy to understand and quick and easy to implement, says Schiavone.
While many of the resources that Origami collected had been offered individually to individual customers, the COVID-1
Included in the suite is a map configuration tool that allows users to capture Johns Hopkins University coronavirus prevalence data and plot it on a map of their physical locations and place it on a dashboard for risk managers and their organizations executives.
In addition, the suite offers staff coronavirus exposure tracking features, Schiavone said.
The tool enables users to identify who they need to not ify about potential exposures and to determine who else might have been exposed based on staffing schedules and other data, then sends messages and quarantine claims.
Origami customers can implement the tools in different ways, says Schiavone. For example, a customer can use the automated emails available to notify individuals, but in other cases, the automated messages can be used to alert human resources to tracking and tracking.
The suite also includes Origami's review and investigation tools, which have been used by customers in the food sector and others to track the use of personal protective equipment, says Schiavone.
"They were able to map these articles every day to consolidate information on how their business was performing and where they had potential risks and challenges," he said.
The use of technical tools has evolved as the crisis has developed and now helps with the work of returning to work, Schiavone said.