MākuSafe Presenting to ASSP Quad Cities Chapter – Free Webinar

March 7, 2024

Quad Cities ASSP Virtual Chapter Meeting

  • Wearable Safety Technology
     March 14, 2024
     12:00 pm – 1:00 pm 

Topic Wearable Safety Technology Delivers EHS Leading Indicators Easily To Reduce Incidents & Claims!

Workforce wearable technology can go beyond biometrics and fitness, tracking usable data that’s relevant to employee safety and focused on the environment around an employee and what they’re experiencing, rather than tracking the employee themselves. This leading indicator data includes things such as environmental (IH) hazards, slips/trips/falls, strain and exertion risk, ergonomic concerns, and voice reported good-catches, providing a more complete picture of workplace risk and elevating input from the front line worker. With this data, manufacturers, construction, logistics, food production, and industrial organizations globally are gaining real time insights, enabling proactive and preventative hazard remediation to ensure their workers safety. This session will provide an overview of how wearables can work, key considerations in selecting and deploying wearables, and a deep dive into numerous use cases across industries, where deployments of wearable safety tech over time have resulted in data that has contributed to quantifiable reductions in incidents, recordables, claims, and costs, while positively impacting safety culture and enabling process improvement.

Key Takeaways

  1. How wearable technology provides a unique means of gathering relevant EHS data while respecting employee privacy.
  2. How machine learning & AI are being used to identify high-risk safety trends, and analytics intelligence can be provided to safety leaders in an easy-to-understand format before incidents happen.
  3. Considerations in selecting and deploying wearable safety tech.
  4. Case studies with findings and insights around; process improvements, environmental hazards detected, uncovering harmful human motion, and positively impacting safety culture.

Watch the recorded webinar on YouTube