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Getting Back to Work Safely: Harnessing Spatial Analysis to Mitigate Workplace Risk

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In this webinar in partnership with Fulcrum, you learn about how companies can use mobile technology and dashboards to get an understanding of key data points relating to workspaces. You can watch the recorded webinar at: https://go.carto.com/webinars/fulcrum

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Getting Back to Work Safely: Harnessing Spatial Analysis to Mitigate Workplace Risk

  1. 1. Getting Back to Work Safely: Harnessing Spatial Analysis to Mitigate Workplace Risk Follow @CARTO on Twitter
  2. 2. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis Introductions Flo Broderick VP Marketing at CARTO Coleman McCormick VP of Product at Fulcrum
  3. 3. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis About Fulcrum ● Reduce costs & enhance customer service ● Workflow automation & field optimization ● Meet compliance requirements ● Low-code app builder ● Offline data collection ● Reporting and insights 66% Time savings 30% Fewer hours to manage data More than 500% increase in inspections performed Reduce time spent on office tasks by 33% *Carrington Risk *Brown and Caldwell *Santa Barbara County Fire Department *Celerity
  4. 4. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis Will companies be data-driven in the return to work?
  5. 5. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis Every sector has different challenges... Manufacturing Retail Construction Sports & Events Travel Corporate Offices
  6. 6. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis Main challenges: Limited hardware in place No system for employees to book in & out Different regulations in different territories Limited data collection processes in place
  7. 7. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis POLL 1 None, we’ll have a very manual process Some, we have some ways to capture data in our workspaces Lots, we have already set up systems to capture & analyze workplace data How much data will be used in your organizations return to work?
  8. 8. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis How are other companies doing it?
  9. 9. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis Questions to answer: ● How does floor occupancy fluctuate so we can maintain social distancing practices? ● Which workstations are off-limits? ● Who is scheduled to be in the office at any given time? ● What are our new conference room capacities? ● Which employees now have symptoms and when were they last in the office (contact tracing)? ● Which areas need more rigorous cleaning schedules?
  10. 10. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis How are other companies doing it? ● Checklists for re-opening ● Front desk checklists for office entry ● Routine cleaning + inspection logging of shared spaces
  11. 11. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis POLL 2 Positive, they know how much this can help us to ensure their health and safety & promote it Neutral, they understand this is a temporary measure through the COVID19 outbreak Negative, they do not like the idea of being monitored in the workspace How do your employees feel about more location data being used in the workspace?
  12. 12. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis What about larger scale events?
  13. 13. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis Questions to answer: ● How many individuals can attend the event given the size of indoor and outdoor spaces at the venue? ● Are attendees / fans complying with social distancing measures? ● Does our flow system optimize routes in and out of a location to prevent social distancing breaches? ● How often should we clean certain locations that have more footfall? ● Where should we locate food stands?
  14. 14. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis Use cases for events ● Usher staff can keep tallies of room occupancy by session (people entering / leaving) ● Monitor and log places where there’s congestion to mitigate ● Sanitary checklists for public spaces
  15. 15. CARTO — Unlock the power of spatial analysis Conclusions Cross-department collaboration between HR / IT / Operations is fundamental. This isn’t just a short-term need, it could be strategic long-term. A mobile-first strategy is fundamental to data quality.
  16. 16. Thanks for listening! Any questions? Read the full blog post & request a demo: https://carto.com/blog/fulcrum-carto-apps/ Coleman McCormick VP of Product at Fulcrum // coleman@fulcrumapp.com Flo Broderick VP Marketing at CARTO // flo@carto.com

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