Free app raises efficiency and quality for COVID-19 workplace health & safety control

SPI SafeDay app provides organizations with an actionable tool to manage COVID-19 safety requirements.
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Sherbrooke, November 10, 2020 — In the face of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, safety specialists at NeXafe HSE Solutions and industry professionals at SPI Health and Safety jointly developed a free mobile and desktop app to support the implementation of safety control measures in the workplace.

Available on iOS and Android platforms, the new SPI SafeDay app is designed to assist any size business or organization daily, as they strive to meet public authority orders and help fight against COVID-19.

“Every organization we work with wants to do their part, and do it well,” insist Christian Charbonneau, CEO at NeXafe. “The real issue is operational: what methods can they leverage to monitor risk factors and limit propagation of COVID-19 or other infectious diseases.”


Waiting in line to fill out a paper-based COVID-19/infectious diseases symptom questionnaire at the workplace isn’t just time-consuming; it’s somewhat counterproductive, requiring additional physical distancing vigilance. The SPI SafeDay app enables workers to complete the entire process on their phone, directly from home.

The all-mobile daily risk assessment requires less than a minute. Encrypted and confidential answers are instantly saved and relayed to a designated company administrator.


Administrators create company accounts directly online. The SPI SafeDay solution allows them to customize the assessment quizzes to reflect their organization’s reality. They can also modify information requests at any time, as the situation evolves or to hone questions for improved safety management.

With secured access to the desktop-ready SPI SafeDay dashboard, administrators can monitor their workforce’s daily inputs in real-time. As a result, the system saves vast amounts of time and removes the chance of returning a worker home. More importantly, SPI SafeDay further reduces potential transmission by controlling risk assessment more efficiently, before someone heads to the workplace.

“The results achieved with NeXafe’s other e-Solutions for health and safety management show just how crucial it is to simplify user-facing processes,” adds Christian Charbonneau. “We’re thrilled to have worked with SPI Health and Safety to create SPI SafeDay; this new app streamlines safety information collection and analysis, fosters compliance with regulations, and supports companies in their efforts to fight COVID-19.”


Free, time-saving COVID-19 symptom monitoring mobile and desktop app for the workplace

iOS & Android compatible

Simple and intuitive interface

Increased control and reduced risk of propagation

Improved management with history and key reporting functionalities

Four predefined questions recommended by the Federal Government

Unlimited number of customizable questions to reflect each organization’s reality

Real-time reporting on computer for the company administrator

Encrypted and confidential worker and company data

Unlimited number of employees in one account


NeXafe helps businesses and organizations accelerate their progress toward safer workplaces and stronger safety culture by bringing together solutions that streamline the HSE management process. Part of the Espace-Inc business accelerator, NeXafe’s 360° HSE vision and HSE system of e-solutions adapts to business- and industry-specific conditions. The Canadian-based company empowers organizations, safety professionals, and workers to be 100% compliant, reach a target of zero workplace injuries, and leverage safety performance as a competitive business advantage.

Founded in 1972, SPI Health and Safety is a Canadian leader in occupational health and safety products and services. SPI Health and Safety helps meet OHS challenges by proposing comprehensive and specialized solutions encompassing equipment, technical services, fire protection services, consulting services, and training.

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