CrisisGo's Safety iPass is helping Long Branch Public Schools in New Jersey safely return. Long Branch SD has 8 schools and about 6,000 people using Safety iPass everyday.
Listen to Superintendent Dr. Michael Salvatore share how his schools are using Safety iPass to assist in their morning routine.
Design and schedule daily pre-certification emails. Employees receive an email to complete the COVID-19 symptoms report and temperature check. Employees immediately receive the badge on the CrisisGo app (available on Android and iOS) or via email.
Employees will be validated as they enter the building. This validation can be completed by scanning the employee's CrisisGo app entry badge or other pre-determined employee ID badges. In the event that an employee does not have a badge, simply looking up the employee on a web browser will provide entry validation.
Easily monitor student, staff, and visitor health statuses, flagging anyone who reports a positive COVID-19 test. These reports are escalated to school health services to start the process of close contact listing of anyone exposed for quick notification and action.
Safety iPass synchronizes with Student Information Systems (SIS) and utilizes the data from entry badge scanning and our advanced hybrid scheduling module to accurately determine potential exposures to confirmed COVID-19 cases through close contact listing.
Speed up entry into the facility and reduce the time students spend in lines getting their temperature checked at school and answering questionnaires.
Gain your staff's confidence that all people entering the school have gone through pre-certification at home or manual certification at the school. Reduces the time for staff to enter the facility, and staff have an up-to-date picture of student health risks in their class.
Control access to the school for all visitors. Encourage all visitors to not attempt to come to the school facility when sick to reduce the risk of exposure to students and staff. Manage vendors and contractors with the same simple approach.
Need help creating a building re-entry plan? Click below to download the Standard School Entry Method (SSEM) to start formalizing your process to get your students and staff back in school as safely as possible.
It is everyone’s responsibility to help stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus and keep our schools and communities safe. It is for this reason, the Standard School Entry Method (SSEM) was developed. With that being said, everyone (students, staff, parents, and visitors) must know what to look for when assisting in the SSEM screening process and while walking about their campuses.
Complete the form to download the Standard School Entry Method to start formalizing your process to get your students and staff back in school as safely as possible.
Safety iPass is $6 including Contact Listing, or $4 without Contact Listing per user with no activation or training fees. Discounts available for existing CrisisGo customers and in large volumes. For an exact quote, get in touch with us.
If your student participates in a hybrid learning model, your child will typically be assigned an “A” cohort schedule or a “B” cohort schedule. These schedules are tied to the roster and school calendars, so you will be sent a reminder on your self-certification email whether your student should go to school or is assigned as a remote learner on any particular day.
Yes. The screening questions, emails and iPass badges can be created in different languages including: English, French, Chinese, Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, Russian, Japanese, Vietnamese, Swahili, Arabic, Urdu, Korean, Kinyarwanda and Rade.
The badge scanner can scan both QR codes and barcodes. The scanner is located in your CrisisGo app on your smartphone. Press the “more” button (three horizontal lines in the bottom right corner). Scroll down to the tab that indicates “Badge Scanner,” and it will turn on your scanner. The scanner works best with QR codes, but barcodes also work well.
Parents should complete the survey screening questions daily for pre-certification, allowing the school to verify their health status before entering. Alternatively, schools can produce ID cards with the student's photo, and a QR code can be scanned to verify their entry status. Lastly, schools can print out a daily roster with a barcode associated with a student to verify status.
Yes. For the same reasons, students and visitors need to complete the self-certification survey, and staff will need to complete the survey each day. This provides a daily status for each staff member, allowing the district and public health to spot trends. It also helps identify staff members who have symptoms at the earliest possible opportunity, even if they are teaching remotely.
If the visitor knows they are coming to campus, they can pre-certify by clicking on the link on the school’s website. Visitors can also certify manually once they arrive at school by following the school’s established procedures.
Yes. If they have completed the pre-certification survey, they can use their student ID with a barcode or QR code to show their status. They can also certify manually at school should they need to for any reason.
The close contact listing software allows you to identify those students, staff, and others who may have come into contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19. This feature allows the school and public health officials to make notifications and investigate possible exposures and the need to have certain people isolate themselves to help prevent the spread of the virus.
Yes, you can experience Safety iPass yourself by clicking here and generating your badge. You can play with different survey answers to generate various badge types.