[Updated: April 16, 2021] All over Newfoundland and Labrador, organizations are scrambling to comply with the new Occupational Health and Safety act update. There are some sizable changes that organizations have to undergo and not a lot of time to prepare.
Fast forward to April 2022 in Orlando and we’ve unveiled our new booth, our solutions experts had dozens of engaging conversations, and our two attendees soaked up as many educational sessions as we could. Here are some of our key takeaways from the three days spent learning and networking at the 2022 iP Utility Safety Conference.
A term you may have heard, but not become familiar with yet is automated response, or virtual monitoring. These terms are very misleading and can easily give buyers an illusion of their true functionality. The term automated response or virtual monitoring simply refers to...
We put together this checklist of 7 things to consider before choosing your Journey Management™ technology and service partner.
Lone workers face various types of risks depending on the nature of their job. In this article, we focus on the risk of trips, slips, and falls. Plus the appropriate technologies to help lone workers reduce the severity of the impact of these specific risks.
There are three ways an employer can monitor their lone workers. This article will review each option to help you make an informed decision about which method is best for your organization. The most proactive lone worker solutions are rendered ineffective if the person or team monitoring the alerts misses a check-in or does not escalate properly.
For utility workers with a higher risk of violent confrontation, like servicemen, troublemen, meter readers, and anybody working alone, situational awareness is incredibly important. This article explores how situational awareness can help workers de-escalate volatile situations.