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Wolters Kluwer’s Enablon – a global provider of integrated risk; operational risk; and environmental, health and safety management software headquartered in The Netherlands – is helping customers manage the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic by introducing features, templates and configuration packages based on guidelines published by the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The free COVID-19 offerings are organized in four main categories.

  1. Proactive risk planning: Giving customers the ability to ensure they have the proper risks identified and controls in place to further reduce the effect the COVID-19 pandemic could have on their employees, business operations and supply chain. CGE Risk Management Solutions is making a BowTie template available that organizations can use to create their own visual risk management model.
  2. Incident and event management: Giving customers the ability to detect and act on COVID-19-related events as they occur in real time. Solutions include new COVID-19 response-related features and workflows for event reporting, impact analysis and mobile app observations.
  3. COVID-19 preparedness compliance: Enabling customers to ensure employees, contractors and supply-chain vendors are following preparedness and risk-mitigation plans on a global scale. Solutions include new compliance templates, inspection checklist and survey templates.
  4. Communications and preparedness reporting: Providing customers with the ability to push educational content to the field, as well as provide dashboards and reporting to executive leadership teams on the preparedness and status of their global operations. Solutions include new report templates, dashboards, mobile app COVID-19 alerts and text, and image and video content for sharing with end users.

The new Enablon solutions can be deployed immediately free of charge and are being delivered through a dedicated COVID-19 online client portal. For more information, visit

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