Stay at Home Order – 4 Ways To Stay Connected

A shelter in place or stay at home order has been issued for most states in the US. While so many Americans are implored to stay home, many of us are trying to stay engaged and involved in our operations remotely. Many managers have to work from home and others are on rotating shifts to reduce the close contact with others in the midst of this COVID-19 epidemic. For so many, this has become one of the most challenging events in their lifetime.

Everyone is being affected in more ways than we imagined. Now is a great opportunity to take full advantage of technology to stay in touch with your team. Over the past few weeks, we have had numerous customers tell me how our LogBook product and service have positively impacted their operations during this time. Below are a few ways we are helping organizations across the country continue their work as people keep their distance.


Real Time View – With LogBook, managers can stay in the know about daily operations throughout their facilities even if they are working from home or remotely.

Chiming In – As managers and supervisory staff see what is happening, they can make comments and label notes as “Carry Forward” when they want a note to remain top of mind.

Mobile Inspections – Operators and staff can utilize personal mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets to collect inspection data including pictures with our mobile app LogBook Evident. The data is synced to the cloud where it can then be viewed instantaneously in Logbook by the team wherever they may be working. There is no handling of paper by numerous people therefore reducing the risk of infection and speeding up the transmission of important data.

Quick Reporting – LogBook has a built-in feature that enables you to create detailed custom reports and share those reports with other LogBook users. Once your reports are created, they can then be exported into several formats including PDF, Excel, or CSV. There is even a handy charting tool for monitoring trends in your data.

If you are struggling to keep track of day-to-day operations while working remotely or if your team is still using paper or spreadsheets to record operational data, connect with us about exploring LogBook today.