It goes without saying that this is an intense time in the world right now. As we move into different phases of re-opening workplaces, how can organizations keep workers safe and adapt to this new normal?
If you are curious how companies are utilizing Autodesk BIM 360 Ops to safely re-open workplaces in accordance with state and local COVID-19 guidelines, watch this recording to learn how this new technology helps to minimize risk and keep workplaces safe during the pandemic.
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BIM 360 Ops is made up of 5 components
- Indoor Maps
Using these aspects of the application, here are some COVID related assets that can be used for safely reopening buildings.
Easily track COVID necessary assets, such as… so you always know what’s available and on hand.
Using Maps in BIM 360 Ops, you can see on a heatmap where various stations and locations have been sanitized, etc., all from a single view.
Within ops you’ll see a number of COVID related workflows, where the asset could be a hand sanitizer station, where if it malfunctions or signals an alert, it will automatically issue a ticket an issue within OPS.
All the checklists and tickets are all timestamped. By nature of the way the app works it maintains an audit trail of every event - so you can have a report that says here’s all the covid related sanitization checks we did, etc. Or how many daily surface cleaning procedures need to take place.
To get a more detailed look at how BIM 360 Ops can be used to create safety workflows for COVID 19, watch the full webinar above.