Safety-related apps for mobile devices are increasingly being used by occupational safety and health professionals.Visit ISHN’s “Apps” topic regularly to learn about the latest developments in the apps field.
The Gas Detection Made Easy app is a free training and reference tool for gas detection information on the go
April 21, 2016
Industrial Scientific, the global leader in gas detection is pleased to introduce the Gas Detection Made Easy application. The application was designed by Industrial Scientific’s training team based on the curriculum taught during basic and advanced courses.
Scouring the Web to learn new ways to instill better health habits? Trying to find the best health app to lose weight or reduce stress? Or maybe you’re posting on Twitter and Facebook to try to build a supportive community for your healthy goals.
Workforce Safety and Management SaaS provider, Intelivert, announced the release of the Scribe for OSHA app in the Apple iTunes Store. Scribe for OSHA helps guide safety professionals through applicable OSHA reporting and recordkeeping rules, based on the type of severe incident they may be dealing with.
When safety is a “line-function” and employees can answer some of their own questions, we increase our staff. In order to do this we need to: Provide tools to those in the field to help make solid safety decisions. "Teach them to fish, rather than fishing for them."
Mobile app enables easy-to-read content, product and technical data from anywhere
June 2, 2015
DuPont Protection Technologies today announced the launch of DuPont™ SafeSPEC™ Mobile, a comprehensive interactive mobile application that enables safety professionals to select chemical protective apparel from their smartphone.
A total solution makes it easy to report near misses while enhancing employee safety
March 24, 2015
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were slightly more than three million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported in 2013. While this number is lower than previous years, the question that remains is how many near misses occurred in the workplace that were not reported and could result in a future injury or fatality.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health’s (NIOSH) first smart phone application (app) aims to improve extension ladder safety. The Ladder Safety app addresses the major causes of ladder falls by placing a number of interactive and easy-to-use graphic-oriented tools into the hands of the ladder users upon demand.
Disaster can happen at any moment in a car, home or building. No matter what the cause of the disaster is, you must set up a proper emergency preparedness plan. With this plan, use your Smartphone’s, emergency lights and safety equipment in ways that will save lives.