Safety Technology encompasses all the new technologies now being applied to workplace safety: mobile apps, wearables, machine sensors, cloud-based software, predictive analytics, 3D printing, robotics, real-time employee monitoring and tracking, PPE tracking with embedded sensors, etc.
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It’s perhaps not shocking to describe communication as an essential factor in promoting workplace safety. What may come as a surprise, though, is how critical it is for departments to speak to one another in regard to health and safety within an organization.
The research will focus on the occupational activities of workers in warehouses, and whether wearable technologies that track functional movements can provide continuous physiological data to guide treatment plans and training programs that would mitigate or alleviate injuries.
Today, many industrial facilities use a variety of gas analyzer technologies to monitor for hazardous air pollutants whose levels are often regulated down to parts per million because of long-term exposure risks. So, what should a manufacturer look for when measuring low-level hazardous air pollutants in ambient air?
The J. J. Keller® Compliance Network is an online solution that delivers best-in-class content, tools, and resources custom-tailored to the safety and regulatory needs of businesses in the workplace safety, transportation, environmental, human resources, and other industries.
Augmented reality and virtual reality (AR/VR), also known as immersive mixed reality, have been making great headlines for video gamers. But the technology is also making significant strides in helping businesses in many industries handle critical tasks, like employee training.
Safety training is of paramount importance to all businesses, but it’s not without its challenges on numerous fronts. Some companies struggle with the entire implementation of the training process including the setup, scheduling of time, course content, ensuring employee attendance, and more.
This powerful AI-based platform applies intelligence to raw human performance data, providing instant actionable insights through easy-to-assess outcomes and form factors. The use of AI and Computer Vision has limitless applications and is currently automating nearly every industry sector.
It is the only hearing testing and training solution designed specifically by a hearing conservation company for safety and occupational health professionals to meet the widely varying and unique needs of regulatory compliance.
Today’s decision-makers have many reasons to focus on industrial robot maintenance. Some of them want to reduce the downtime associated with unplanned outages. Others understand that keeping robots well-maintained is a proven way to prolong their useful life spans. Those are valid reasons. However, safety should be the single factor driving all decisions made about robot maintenance.