Chosen by the New Zealand Government
Made free for all New Zealand universities by the MBIE COVID-19 Fund
Daily symptom surveys for Students and staff
Easily survey your people on their symptoms to help keep you campus Covid free
Using the best practice European data standards that contact trace without storing student locations
1st, 2nd and 3rd degree contact tracing
Easily understand the degrees of separation between contacts, and filter results to try and eliminate spread.
So how does it actually work?
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Understand the three essential functions of SaferMe
1. Daily Check-ins
A simple customisable wellness survey, that is easy to complete daily by student and employees. By doing a check-in before arriving on campus, you can act when someone reports symptoms, to support them, but also to protect others.
2. Automatic Logging
Using bluetooth and GPS location, the apps automatically record close contacts, without ever tracking peoples locations. SaferMe's world class solution is available to universities now and is GDPR compliant.
3. Manual Logging
Manual contact logging is critical, but it is easy to overlook. Universities log close contacts manually with those that do not have SaferMe - usually outside suppliers & contractors. This data completes each person's contact log.
Protect your people and keep your universitiy open
SaferMe puts preventative power directly into the hands of your staff and students, automatically logging contact information without sharing their location with your university at all. This helps you uni respond quickly to symptoms, keeping your team and stuents safe so you can maintain campus operations.Learn about daily check-ins ›
Roll-out support drives high adoption
SaferMe's contact tracing app can quickly achieve 80%+ adoption, making it a superior alternative to free public apps. SaferMe's worldwide dedicated support team will help your university get students engaged, and tailor your contact tracing rollout to your organization's unique needs.Learn how contact tracing works ›