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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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Blackline Safety

Citing global demand for its cloud-hosted safety wearables, Blackline Safety, a Calgary, Alberta-based provider of live-monitoring and wireless gas detection, has renovated Calgary’s historic Dominion Bridge building for use as its new headquarters.
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Trends in ... lone worker devices

Wearable devices and monitors provide an extra level of protection for lone workers – employees who often perform solo work at a location. Here, industry insiders share their thoughts on new technologies and how employers can help keep their workers safe.


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Lone worker monitoring line

The G7 lone worker monitoring line features built-in two-way messaging, two-way voice calling, and a plug-and-play modular design that supports optional environmental gas detection.
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Blackline Safety

We’ve got your back. Loner® solutions from Blackline Safety enable personnel to work alone with remote monitoring. Includes automatic and manual incident detection and alerting, communications, and location technology. If an injury, health event, or physical assault occurs, monitoring personnel makes a difference – in real-time – even if the employee is unconscious and indoors.

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