Jolt Offers Free COVID-19 Digital Sanitization Checklists

    Industry News | April 7, 2020

    Jolt Software, a software company that helps restaurants and businesses achieve food safety, team accountability, and employee performance is offering to give a portion of their platform for free to help restaurants fight against COVID-19. The free sanitization app gives you digital checklists to help restaurants ensure cleaning tasks are done properly and on time to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.

    The simple version of the app will offer the ability to:

    Host training videos for employees to learn proper procedures and double check their work. 


    Require photo proof of task completions of a job well done, and 18 different item input types.

    Give performance insights and analytics on task completion so owners can check in on 
their stores remotely. 


    So far, many stores have already taken advantage of this free solution and are pleased with the results. Art Oppermann, Director of Operations for a leading restaurant chain says, “Just 24 hours after implementing the new COVID-19 content from Jolt I am seeing an increase in sanitization and handwashing compliance. Jolt lists have created a change in employee mindset around customer and employee safety, adding a much needed layer of protection. This is a top priority for me.” 


    To simplify the process and help as many restaurants as possible utilize this resource, the sign up process has been simplified to be: 


    Free to use, with no credit card required 


    Simple to start, with preloaded checklists and content 


    Compatible with any iOS or Android device 


    Sign up for the free COVID-19 cleaning checklist here: 
https://www.jolt.com/sanitization

    Additional Resources:

    COVID-19 Webinar Sign Up: http://www.jolt.com/pandemic-preparedness-webinar 


    Jolt Blog: https://www.jolt.com/blog 


    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joltsoftware 


    Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jolt-llc 


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