“To truly protect workers, organizations need to take action and break the hazard cycle by implementing controls and process improvements that reduce or eliminate ergonomic risk factors."
“Integrated smart garments help overcome many of the logistical challenges of deploying wearable sensors and enable the data collection and risk assessment experience to become as quick, easy, and comfortable as putting on a shirt."
“In simple terms, assessment strategies can be defined as episodic, periodic, or continuous - we will break down each of these strategies in more detail."
“Wearable technologies paired with an advanced analytics platform provide significant advantages to health and safety teams. However, the value of these tools can be quickly undermined if the program design and rollout is not managed properly.”
“The perception and adoption of new ways of working by your workforce is fundamental to change management and organizational success—but frontline teams are often skeptical and hesitant to new changes."
“A multi-point system can provide perspective on different risk types and different body segments.”
“The ability to collect data for a wide variety of risk types through one sensor set means significant times savings and better ROI."
“The benefit of this practice is a more time and resource-efficient means of remotely collecting, transmitting, and analyzing data.”
"Good ergonomic practices and work design are prerequisites for true operational efficiency."
"It's important to understand that the value of wearable sensors is in the data insights that they enable."
As a takeaway from ErgoExpo 2021, what are the top three drivers influencing the state of digital safety today?