No 4 – Telemetric Safety
“The benefit of this practice is a more time and resource-efficient means of remotely collecting, transmitting, and analyzing data,” Join LifeBooster’s Program Manager & Ergonomist, William Thomas, as we discuss the science of Telemetric SafetyTM.
Telemetry is the science of remotely collecting, transmitting, and analyzing data. This practice enables data collection and analysis at a distance, affording organizations tremendous flexibility in when and where they collect data. In particular, modern IMU sensor technologies enable safety professionals to equip workers with wearables and collect comprehensive risk data remotely; the benefit of this practice is a more timely and resource-efficient means of data collection and a reduction in assessor-reliability challenges, and the ability to directly compare risk across a wide variety of workers, tasks, and work locations.
For global operations with distributed workforces’ telemetric safety means the ability to manage risk assessment at a distance–an Ergonomics or Health & Safety Manager can collect and analyze data from a wide variety of locations without the need to travel to and from work locations or the extensive time commitments to perform the data collection and analysis themselves. LifeBooster has pioneered the idea of telemetric safety and provides an extensible platform for enabling and enriching remote data collection & analysis on key worker risk factors.
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