Together We Can End a World of Hurt.
LifeBooster is pioneering the future of enterprise health and safety. We believe in the power of data to help eliminate preventable workplace injuries.
International analysts estimate the economic burden of workplace injury at 4% of global GDP or $3T annually.
LifeBooster Senz is a breakthrough platform that allows forward-looking health and safety professionals to transform their practice to a predictive model, ensuring your valuable time and resources are used to maximum effect. Senz digitizes, automates and scales the proven standards, processes and strategies you already rely on for accurate injury risk assessment.
Manage actual risks in real-time
HOW IT WORKS
Senz Technology Components
Proven government standards are used to detect and analyze injury risks. Customize settings to gain better insight into worker experiences. Data is displayed on dashboard screens for quick reference.
Modules reside in our secure cloud. Capabilities can be activated or deactivated under subscription affording flexibility, proportionality and adaptability to meet changing needs.
Personal sensors record and communicate trackable data in real-time. Our lightweight, ruggedized sensors attach to the body using comfortable and adjustable straps for
easy on and off.
Methods and Value
LifeBooster Fits Your Needs.
LifeBooster Senz technology provides data-driven insight to make early intervention possible virtually eliminating preventable workplace injuries. LifeBooster's all-inclusive subscription service makes our market-leading innovations affordable.
AssessmentsDiscrete projects typically used to identify the underlying causes of workplace injury or assess adherence to safety training.
Field Worker Deployments
Senz deployments are a leap ahead for insurers , EHS teams, ergonomic and risk management consultants in terms of providing a method for the cost effective and thorough assessment of a workforce.
Onboarding and RTW ProcessesEnables employers to establish upper body movement baselines for new hires during employee training sessions or for injured workers in return-to-work rehabilitative programs.
Controlled studies that assess injury risks associated with before and after changes to a workplace environment or process.