Articles & News on Personnel Safety
- by Nick Schiltz
- May 20, 2022
Here are four easy methods to ensure you are maintaining or participating in a high-performance Electrical Safety Program.
- May 11, 2022
Voxel uses AI to enable security cameras to automatically identify potential workplace hazards and operational inefficiencies, allowing on-site personnel to address concerns in real-time.
Dploy Solutions Strategy Deployment Software Drives Greater Focus, Daily Execution and Collaboration at Bonnell Aluminum
- December 20, 2021
Dploy Solutions, a global leader in digital manufacturing and industrial IoT technologies, today releases customer case study with Bonnell Aluminum showing best safety record ever for the aluminum manufacturer while improving quality and productivity.
- by Bryan Christiansen
- September 20, 2021
The value of human life is incalculable. Our industries and manufacturing facilities have not evolved to a stage where worker injuries are completely eliminated. But we have advanced significantly in worker safety compared to the first few epochs of the industrial revolution. This was made possible by a gradual improvement in mechanization and process automation.
- by Ryan Quiring
- July 28, 2021
The path forward is clear. In order to maximize their competitiveness, manufacturers will need to start automating their workplace safety much like they already automate other aspects of their operations.
Case Study: Motorhome Specialist Uses WERMA CO2 Traffic Lights to Ensure Health and Safety of All Persons Present
- July 26, 2021
- Case Study
Hymer uses WERMA CO2 traffic lights to ensure the health and safety of all persons present.
- May 17, 2021
Cellular IoT tracking device, worn by workers, makes complex industrial sites safety simple with advanced trigger and alert system.
- by Blake Cawley
- April 28, 2021
There has been an increased focus on creating or improving automated manufacturing lines to comply with COVID-19 social distancing recommendations, while not compromising work safety and production stability. Linear Displacement Transducers (LDTs), often referred to as linear position sensors, play an important role in today's sophisticated, automated machinery.
- by Eric Halvorson
- April 23, 2021
Automation has improved overall safety in common spaces such as break rooms, locker rooms, bath rooms and lounges.
- by Claudia Jarret
- March 26, 2021
Manufacturers must embrace digital culture for safe human-robot working.
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