Organizations face the stiff challenge of not having systems and processes in place that can ensure the health and safety of the workforce in COVID-19 environment. Technologies such as IoT, AI, and analytics can provide organizations with the capabilities they need to keep teir workers safe.
As social distancing and remote support-driven safety become two broad themes of discussion in the market today, CXOs need to take quick and decisive steps towards contact tracing.
COVID-19 has upended the world of worker safety. In addition to its far-reaching impact on every other aspect of the business landscape, the bearing it has had on worker safety has been huge.
9 out of the 10 most dangerous jobs in America are related to construction or physical labor. In 2014, there were 4,821 work-related fatalities, 800 of which were in construction. A single sprain of a construction laborer would require the company to make an additional sale of $2,155,833 to cover the impact.
Technology has changed our world. It has changed the way we communicate, shop, bank, buy, collaborate, and conduct business.
With 2.3 million people around the world affected by work-related accidents or diseases every year, ensuring the safety of workers has
The industrial safety products market is expected to touch US$ 5.2 billion in 2024, growing at a CAGR of 8.4%, as the conversation around worker
Industrial mishaps have dominated the headlines over the past few years. In that light, one would assume that empowering workers through good
As IoT use-cases sweep through the manufacturing and industrial sector, companies are looking for the best way to deploy the power of these
When you hear about innovation, ‘workplace safety’ doesn’t come
Given the power of smart technology, the realm of IoT is no longer restricted to just a handful of smart home manufacturing companies but is viewed as a technology
The history of industrial safety is laden with several major mishaps that have shaken up the world – while the Chernobyl and Bhopal disasters bring back agonizing memories