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Gas monitor

The G6 personal gas detector is a fully connected and intuitive solution that leverages the latest in Internet of Things cellular connectivity.
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Confined space monitoring

When it comes to protecting workers in confined spaces, what are some monitoring best practices?
When it comes to protecting workers in confined spaces, what are some monitoring best practices?
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Wearable devices

These easily configurable G7 wearables accurately detect gas leaks, falls and more. The devices operate on available cellular or satellite networks and deploy in minutes, straight out of the box. G7 wearables are backed by state-of-the-art cloud-based software solutions to enable real visibility of people from any internet-connected smartphone, tablet or computer.
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Smart wearable

Easily configurable wireless G7 wearables accurately detect gas leaks, falls and other health events in all types of work environments. They can also be used for contact tracing purposes or to determine how often workers travel through high-risk areas.
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Cloud-based lone-worker monitoring

Are monitoring devices cloud connected? In other words, are they sending data in real-time on the location, state and wellness of employees?
Are monitoring devices cloud connected? In other words, are they sending data in real-time on the location, state and wellness of employees?
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Blackline Safety

Looking to regain control over the risks to your lone workers? Blackline Safety’s G7 Lone Worker Monitors are the trusted, cloud-connected lifeline to protect your people – worn by thousands of workers across more than 60 countries.
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Data collection and worker privacy

Data analytics has a lot to offer on an industrial worksite from an efficiency, safety and cost-savings perspective. But, my employees are concerned with the level of data collection this requires and their privacy. How can I address this?
Data analytics has a lot to offer on an industrial worksite from an efficiency, safety and cost-savings perspective. But, my employees are concerned with the level of data collection this requires and their privacy. How can I address this?
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Trends in ... lone workers/wearables

‘The power to transform an organization’s safety program’
“Monitoring workers remotely can save lives through improved emergency response times,” said Christopher Munnelly, director of connected worker for Charlotte, NC-based Honeywell. “In industrial environments, initiating a quick response in seconds or minutes can be critical to the success of a rescue mission.”
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