On today's episode of the podcast, we're discussing the importance of innovation in warehouse safety as workers in states like New York, Illinois, and California speak up about poor safety protocols and high injury rates. I am joined by Beemal Vasani, Director of Ansell's Inteliforz, a connected workplace safety solutions brand.
Beemal believes that a company's safety program directly reflects its workplace culture and explains how investing in safety solutions technology and employee engagement tools can encourage safer workplaces, speed up training, and reduce onsite injuries. According to the National Safety Council, every $1 invested in injury prevention returns between $2 and $6.
We'll also discuss how wearable technology can act as the eyes and ears of employees, especially when staffing and training courses are tight, to ensure the correct personal protective equipment is being used at the right time. Additionally, we'll explore how communication platforms or apps can help workers quickly identify and report unsafe conditions and provide real-time feedback.
Beemal also shares how Inteliforz can tailor its platforms to a company's specific needs, making them as large and robust or as simple and minimal as needed. In addition, with customizable haptic technology based on a company's dataset, Inteliforz enables solutions to be tailored to a company's specific needs.
Tune in to learn more about how technology can improve health and safety in the warehouse industry and how organizations can better equip their staff through wearable and connected technology.
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