Creating and maintaining a safe work environment is an utmost priority for every industrial organisation. This does not only ensure welfare of employees but also guarantees less downtime and no extra cost on insurance and other accident-related expenses.
There are several ways to maintain safety in facilities, from creating industry standards-compliant facilities to using high-grade tools and equipment. And in securing compliance to health and safety standards in facilities management, deploying the right technologies plays a key role.
So for this month’s Technologies in the Spotlight, we are featuring 11 amazing technologies that can improve, if not transform, health and safety standards in your company’s facilities.
Other Safety Technologies for Facilities
See the last two month's Technologies in the Spotlight:
Digital Twin Technologies | Much like a pairing of the virtual and physical world, digital twin is a virtual environment based on generated data from sensors attached to the systems. Digital twin technology is gaining widespread popularity given its ability to get real-time insights on physical assets and provide data to forecast future performance.
With the value that digital twin technologies can bring to companies, we are featuring them on August's Technologies in the Spotlight.
Drones on the Platform | Drone technology has been widely used for inspections of difficult to reach areas such as confined spaces and workplaces at height. Since this type of inspection poses risks to the workforce when done the traditional way (i.e. use of scaffolding), unmanned aerial vehicles or more commonly known as drones have become a popular safer, cost effective and more efficient alternative.
As such, for July’s Technologies in the Spotlight, we are featuring some of the drones we have on the platform.