Is there any way to monitor or identify the risk factors in advance?
The corona eruption continuously harms the activities of many organizations around the world. Unfortunately, one employee can cause damage and send dozens of other workers who are around him to be isolated. How do you avoid it? Is there any way to monitor or identify the risk factors in advance?
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This questionnaire was developed by human experts on the behest of the international community to examine the level of risk of its employees contracting the corona.
The successful implementation of the assessment in the initiating organization let VAC offer these
So how does it actually works?
Index-C testing is a short digital test that takes less than 5 minutes to answer, via your smartphone or PC. The questionnaire examines three main dimensions pertaining to the person responding to simple questions like a tendency to comply with rules and guidelines, Values and attitudes ( personal characteristics), and their behavior examined over the past few days. All three dimensions of the test specifically address issues related to the conduct of the assessed in the context of the corona epidemic i.e questions such as whether the assess is adhering to the Ministry of Health guidelines? Was he in contact with a person who was diagnosed with Corona?
Similar to a regular filled-in occupational assessment test, the questionnaire includes dedicated reliability mechanisms that allow distinguishing honest answers, and an attempt to skew the results through non-truthful answers in the current reality, there are people who for various reasons fear to provide full and honest disclosure of their conduct and the possibility of being exposed to potential infection factors, so the reliability identification element in the questionnaire is a key component of it.
Upon completion of the questionnaire, which includes 15-20 questions, the assessee (and, if necessary, the organization that employs him) receives an indication of his/her personal risk level – as an indicator of his chances of contracting a virus. The indicator is also presented in a simple and intuitive way, in the outline of a three-color traffic light: Green indicates low risk, Orange indicates moderate risk, and red indicates a high risk of infection. When an examiner receives a red indicator, he and the organization can choose to take follow-up steps – such as a medical examination or deepening the examination through questioning.
The benefits of using the C-index are great: Organizations can pre-locate high-risk employees, thus avoiding widespread downtime. Beyond that, just filling out the questionnaire helps increase employee awareness of the importance of adhering to Ministry of Health guidelines, while recognizing and avoiding potential risk factors.