Uncover all the latest technologies applied to workplace safety: mobile apps, wearables, sensors, AI, cloud-based software, predictive analytics, 3D printing, robotics, monitoring and tracking, and more.
Looking for suppliers? See our Buyers’ Guide
The hypergrowth in construction technology is being driven by the industry’s strong demand for infrastructure, a shortage of skilled jobsite labor and increased pressure for data transparency and integration.
This article will delve into the intersection of PPE and next-gen technologies such as wearable tech with sensors, smart fabric, and augmented reality safety goggles, laying the groundwork for superior plant safety.
Company prioritizes ESG in workplace protection on new sustainability journey
November 9, 2023
PIP Global Safety, TrusTrace’s first customer specialized in the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Workwear and Safety Footwear space, is taking a proactive approach to regulatory compliance by gathering granular traceability data on the cotton used in its products.
The report evaluated findings from several academic databases, as well as two case studies, to specifically assess the use of worker monitoring technologies, ranging from fall detection devices and proximity sensors to mobile apps and panic alarms, in remote settings.
Data collected from safety devices not only highlight operational adjustments to help prevent any safety incidents, but they can also be used to increase the efficiency and overall performance of logistics operations.
With diverse work environments and an increasing focus on sustainability and safety, EHS managers are responsible for ensuring that workplaces not only comply with regulations but also remain safe and sustainable.