WorkMerk is proud to announce that it has partnered with TV Chef Robert Irvine to launch VirusSAFE Pro, a mobile Health & Safety checklist and verification software solution that will help “Reopen America.”
COVID-19 has decimated many industries, and Irvine, who has dedicated most of his career to helping bring restaurants back from the brink, is now working alongside fellow military veteran entrepreneurs at WorkMerk to help re-open businesses across industries by bringing the VirusSAFE Pro mobile app to market.
As part of WorkMerk’s commitment to helping veterans organizations, and to help address their unique challenges during the COVID-19 crisis, a portion of the proceeds from VirusSAFE Pro will be donated to the USO and other national Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs), such as veteran senior care centers and veteran home care providers, via our partnership with the Robert Irvine Foundation.
For more information on this revolutionary software, visit VirusSAFEPro.com, or watch this short Product Demo Video. You can learn more about the partnership between Irvine and WorkMerk by watching Our Story Video.
Re-opening a business in a post-pandemic world is daunting to say the least.
● How can you efficiently communicate the latest procedures and protocols to your employees?
● How can you make sure that your employees are following all these guidelines?
● How can you let your customers know that coming to your business is safe– and that guidelines have been implemented?
VirusSAFE Pro is an easy-to-use software that “closes the information gap” in the workplace by providing health and safety compliance checklists and reminders to employees– right to their mobile phones quickly.
It verifies that employees are following all published guidelines and that protocols have been performed, all in real-time from an easy-to-read dashboard.
When you have the VirusSAFE Pro Check Mark in your window, it lets customers know that their health and safety is your top priority.
To schedule a live demonstration of VirusSAFE Pro, contact Bill Tyrrell at