Dozuki offers free training tools amid COVID-19 uncertainty

March 30, 2020
Assists companies pivoting to medical-supply production.

Dozuki is offering free access to its work instruction and training software to manufacturers impacted by COVID-19 through its new Emergency Assistance Program. "This is our chance to give back to an industry we care deeply about," said Eric Doster, CEO and co-founder of Dozuki. "The recent coronavirus outbreak in the United States has caused significant disruption to the industrial and manufacturing sectors we serve. To help them keep their employees safe and their operations running smoothly we created this program to provide free software to communicate essential information remotely to front-line workers." 

Essential procedures can be built in Dozuki and deployed to employees from anywhere across internet-connected devices. This enables critical health, safety, and operational processes to be disseminated quickly across an organization, all while following CDC guidelines for social distancing.

Says Doster, "Since COVID-19 began spreading rapidly, we've already seen companies deploy our software for communicating disinfecting procedures for public transit systems, managing factory shift changes safely, training manufacturing skeleton crews for their new roles, and so much more. It's been really inspiring to see the various ways organizations have found our platform useful to keep their employees healthy as they navigate a changing landscape."

Companies that sign up will have free use of Dozuki for three months, with an option to extend the program pending circumstances, and will have access to the following remote access features:

  • Digital guides to share essential procedures
  • Training modules to track and confirm employee training
  • Video and photo support to communicate clearly
  • Internal approval workflows to control information

For more information on Dozuki's Emergency Assistance Program, and to sign up, please visit the Dozuki website.