Event and Visitor Passport

GuideSafe™ Event and Visitor Passport is used to facilitate access to meetings, events, and facilities where ten or more people are gathering. The Passport works in conjunction with GuideSafe Healthcheck, issuing a digital pass based on the results of an individual’s assessment. Using Event and Visitor Passport, you can create safer in-person gatherings for your organization.

Watch an overview of Event and Visitor Passport

How GuideSafe Event and Visitor Passport works:


Event attendees will complete Healthcheck, a COVID-19 assessment tool, prior to entering their event.


After the user has completed Guidesafe Healthcheck, they will press the “Passport” button to get their passport.


Each user is assigned a unique passport number indicating their status for the upcoming event which will show a “Clear” screen or “Not Clear” screen. The event passport can be accessed on a phone, tablet, or computer.

The GuideSafe Event and Visitor Passport is issued based on a proprietary risk algorithm factoring the user’s daily Healthcheck assigned risk level. The passport is valid for the day. Visit the GuideSafe Event Passport FAQs page for answers to common questions.

Event Passport can also be used to ensure compliance with reporting requirements by denying facility, meeting or event access to individuals who have not completed the required assessment.

Take action now to keep your organization moving forward safely.

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Please visit GuideSafe.org for information on the GuideSafe™ Platform for Alabama colleges and universities.

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