GuideSafe™ Healthcheck is a nationwide COVID-19 assessment tool that allows users to report COVID-19 related symptoms and exposure. Healthcheck empowers your employees and students with information and next steps, and equips your organization with data it needs to provide a safer workplace/campus.

Watch an overview of GuideSafe Healthcheck

GuideSafe Healthcheck is a web-based assessment tool consisting of a set of questions that assess a user’s symptoms and exposure to COVID-19.

How GuideSafe Healthcheck works:


A user accesses Healthcheck through a designated website specific to their organization. The first time a user accesses Healthcheck, they will take an initial set-up survey that will take about 20 seconds to complete.


Users should then take the survey every day. Subsequent surveys will take about 10 seconds to complete. Users can even set up reminders though the GuideSafe Healthcheck tool. If a user develops new symptoms, they should report them immediately.


Once the assessment is completed, GuideSafe Healthcheck will assign them one of three categories: Least Risk, May be at Risk, or Greater Risk, along with instructions on how to proceed to campus or work.


A secure compliance report is sent to Student Health or Human Resources.

Visit the Healthcheck FAQs page for answers to common questions about Healthcheck.

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