- PERSONAL GAS DETECTION
- AREA MONITORING
- LONE WORKER
- GAS SENSORS
We’ve got four excellent webinars coming up this fall exploring themes around connected safety. Tune into one – or all – to learn more about how location-enabled smart technology and connectivity are bringing gas detection and emergency and incident responses to the next level. Here’s what’s coming up:
Fire and Hazmat teams –and those who lead them –are faced with a host of challenges when responding to an incident. But rapidly advancing connected safety technologies can help optimize responses, disrupting what has been standard procedures for decades.
Watch the recording of our panel discussion on Optimizing Fire and Hazmat Response with Connected Safety Technology originally aired on Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 1 p.m. EST to hear from top industry professionals to learn how cloud-connected gas detection devices can:
Shutdowns, turnarounds and outages are critical projects in the oil and gas industry that present additional challenges for worker safety. And with production offline, there is a strong focus to get up and running again as quickly as possible to reduce lost revenue.
Join our Safer and More Efficient Shutdowns and Turnarounds Through a Digital Transformation webinar on Wednesday, Nov. 17 at 12 p.m. EST and learn to identify:
One worker dies every 30 seconds due to exposure to toxic gases in the workplace (UN Report, 2019). Can you be sure you are keeping your people safe by effectively monitoring their air quality?
Volatile organic compound gases (VOCs) are present in everyday life and can be harmless. Some however, are not, and can be hazardous to both employees’ health and the environment.
Join our webinar Thursday, Nov. 18 at 10:30 am UTC (5:30 am EST – the recording will be available to view here after the event) featuring industry-leading specialists in photoionization detection (PID) technology Ilaria Tramelli and Peter Morris, along with Blackline Safety connected safety monitoring pro, Miriam O’Connell.
Across industrial and commercial sectors, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is changing how enterprises approach employee safety, health, performance, and quality. Cloud-connected personal protection wearables can deliver comprehensive real-time safety for at-risk workers, including those working alone or in remote areas, near hazardous gases or in confined spaces.
No matter if it’s an injury, fall, health event or gas exposure, cloud-connected software helps monitoring personnel effectively manage every incident from receipt of an alert through to its resolution in the shortest time possible. And the connected wearables with embedded GPS tracking, help emergency crews quickly find an employee’s exact location with full visibility into the incident and what type of response is required.
Beyond real-time incident and response management, the power of data from connected safety technology is helping businesses drive improvements through worksite optimization, employee movement pattern analysis, HSE software integration, gas leak detection and more.
Learn about how connected workers and worksites can help you increase the safety and efficiency of your teams through digital transformation.
Join our webinar Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 2:00 pm EST to discover how: