Employee Health & Safety

Employee Health & Safety
Industrial environments always associate certain risks for employees working on the shop floor or hazardous conditions such as mines. No matter how prepared organisations are, a disastrous incident can be catastrophic both to the familys welfare and the enterprises reputation. Stringent processes, intelligent systems, mock drills, rapid response teams, timely inspection and maintenance of work environment is the closest effort to being prepared for a mishap.

Our Industry-first employee health and safety solution leverages the power of cutting-edge technology to create safer environments for employees and empower response teams to react immediately to any unforeseen incidents. By tracking the vital parameters of each employee in the work environment, the device can trigger an alert to the response team for swift action, and timely help.

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Use Cases

Worker in elevated positions

A high-risk worker such as a crane operator has a fever, or has an anomalous heartbeat (too low or high), the system sends an automated alert to his supervisor that this particular worker has a health issue which needs to be investigated.

Worker in isolated location

A worker feels uneasy during course of his work. An alert is sent to the worker's supervisor - if he presses the SoS button, if he trips and falls (fall detection) or if he has an accident and faints (immobility trigger). In normal operation, every 10 minutes the device sends the data on heart rate, body skin temperature and the last known proximity.

Check on unauthorised access

A particular area in the plant is restricted access and hence, a BLE beacon is placed there. If an unauthorised worker enters that area, an alert is sent to the supervisor.


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