Will You ‘Wear’ Your Way to a Safer Workplace?
Wearable Technology, The New Frontier in Workers Comp Management and Worker Protection
Hard hats are the symbol of safety. But more high-tech “wearable devices” could make for a safer work environment. And a safer scene could yield fewer workers compensation issues.
IoT - A Game Changer for Insurers and Consumers
In the last few years, the number of devices online surpassed the number of people online, giving rise to the term, Internet of Things, or IoT. The IoT is a growing ecosystem of “smart” internet-connected devices that use wireless technology to communicate with each other and with broader information systems.
What is Telematics and How Can It Optimize Fleet Operations?
Derived from the dual terminology of “Telecommunications” and “Informatics”, Telematics, is a way of monitoring the movements, behavior, status, and location of a vehicle (or fleet of vehicles). Through the technology, information regarding a vehicle is sent, received and stored digitally with the goal of monitoring and/or evaluating both driver and vehicle performance.
OCT 29, 2014
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OSHA Clarifies Workplace Injury Reporting Rule
Effective on Jan. 1, 2015, a new workplace injury reporting rule defined by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration will change how employers notify this government agency following a severe injury or fatality on the job.
SEP 19, 2014
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