Blackline Safety Corp. launched a new connected wearable to transform single-gas detection. The all-new G6 personal gas detector – unveiled on Monday, September 19, 2022 at the National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo in San Diego – offers fast incident response time and a more efficient way to manage safety and compliance.
Blackline Safety Corp. has announced a $2 million (£1.3 million) deal with Coventry, England-based Severn Trent Water – UK’s second largest water company – for connected personal gas detection devices to protect its employees and support its digital transformation.
Industrial operations, no matter how big or small, are complex and involve a variety of equipment, technology, and bespoke processes. And despite how unique your company’s process may be, they still need to comply with industry regulations and ensure the safety of your employees.
In response to growing demand for employee protection and a one-stop solution to keep workers safe on the job, Blackline Safety Corp., a global leader in connected safety technology, has announced a major expansion of its round-the-clock safety monitoring service.
Industry 4.0 revolutionized the way manufacturers design, create, and distribute their products. Its focus was on efficiency and productivity using the industrial internet of things (IIOT), machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, and automation. However, in early 2021 the European Commission released a report introducing Industry 5.0, focusing on the wellbeing of the worker within the production process.
ISHN’s multimedia specialist Layan Dahhan speaks with Joseph Boyle, the CEO of TRUCE Software, a company dedicated to providing mobility solutions in the workplace, about the study and mobile device use on the job.