WhereSafe and Family Safety during the COVID-19 Pandemic

WhereSafe is Focused on Helping Keep Your Family Safe and Your Assets Secure During the COVID-19 Pandemic – Protect Your Passions

Given the current global situation we are all facing, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become more important to find ways to help keep our families safe and secure. WhereSafe is here to help. Our GPS family safety and security solutions can become a simple and effective way to maintain peace of mind during such uncertain times. 

 

Here are some ways WhereSafe can help during COVID-19:

Social Distancing

  • With WhereSafe GPS equipped vehicles, you can know where loved ones are at all times
  • Get notified if family members are in busy locations or otherwise where they should not be to adhere to social distancing recommendations and regulations
  • This applies to those that live under your roof and those who live elsewhere (eg. elderly parents)
  • Having real-time location information can help your family plan necessary travel for safest routes and times
  • Work remotely and use WhereSafe GPS to report work travel hours to your employer

Secure Your Assets

  • Some regions around the world are seeing spikes in theft of personal property. WhereSafe equipped assets (cars, boats, ATVs, RVs, tractors, etc.) can be tracked in real-time by GPS. Find a GPS Tracker to track your asset.
  • Get notified if any asset at your home or other properties moves when it is not supposed to
  • If you are a business owner, know where your business equipment is at all times

In Case of Infection

  • In the worst case scenario, if a family member does contract COVID-19, WhereSafe GPS could be a great aid in understanding the whereabouts of the victim for public health officials to use to investigate the case of infection
    General Points about stopping the spread:
    • Disinfect your key touch points in your car daily ( https://thenewswheel.com/tips-for-sanitizing-your-car-against-covid-19/)
    • Wash your hands often
    • Sneeze or cough into your elbow
    • Remain 2 metres away
    • Communicate via telephone or web, avoid unnecessary in person meetings
    • Avoid non-essential gatherings and groups of 5 or more people
    • avoid public places that are typically crowded
    • Limit contact with the elderly, who are at a higher risk

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