StaySafe.ph now supports DTI and DOLE’s visitor and customer health check protocols
Manila, Philippines — StaySafe.ph now has an advanced QR code scanning and digital logbook features that can be utilized by various establishments and companies for their respective health check to help them protect and keep their employees, customers and visitors safe.
StaySafe.ph generates a unique QR code for each establishment, such as malls, restaurants, corporate buildings, transport facilities and checkpoints, which guests may scan for health checks and contact tracing.
StaySafe.ph also has a digital logbook that is contactless and paperless to eliminate the manual health check forms being accomplished by visitors in an establishment. This supports the Department of Trade and Industry’s customer health check in malls and restaurants, as well as the Department of Labor and Employment’s visitor health checklist in offices and workplaces.
“StaySafe.ph’s journey is quite impressive, and I am moved by the unity and support of both the public and private sector that I am witnessing. We all believe that this platform’s features for LGUs, companies, and establishments can help us address the COVID-19 health crisis as we move on to the new normal. It will be more effective when more people are using it, so we urge all Filipinos, the public and private sectors, all establishment, to please use it and download the app. Together, we can stay safe and defeat the virus,” Contact Tracing Czar and Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong shared.
Private companies, organizations, and government agencies can get their own StaySafe.ph QR code through the StaySafe.ph website (www.staysafe.ph). Upon registration, they can access their
respective digital logbooks, heat map analytics, and COVID-19 updates.
Multisys Technologies Corporation, the developer behind StaySafe.ph, is being guided by the Department of Information and Communications Technology, together with the technical working
group composed of representatives from the National Task Force on COVID-19, Department of Health, National Privacy Commission, and the Department of the Interior and Local Government, to
co-manage and implement data privacy compliance and best practices in the contact tracing of the country.