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Hazardex 2019 Conference Presentations - Evolution and Safety for Wearable Technology

Author : Trevor Inglis - Business Development Director, Wearable Technologies

17 December 2018

The world of Health and Safety is changing faster than anyone could have expected. Expectations are higher, risks are greater, and penalties are more severe than ever.
At the same time, the possibility to monitor environmental conditions both personal and on site is spreading across all sectors. Examples include, noise, location, gas, physiological, proximity warning and Hand Arm Vibration.

The likelihood of mass adoption of this technology will be decided by a few critical factors:
• Data – quality and quantity
• Ease of access to data
• Tangible benefits
Wearable Technologies Limited has developed a sensor agnostic, personal hub coupled with a unique online platform to gather multiple real-time and historical data feeds for improved worker safety and reduced risk.
Trevor Inglis has over thirty years’ experience in the PPE sector working, amongst others, with W.L. Gore & Associates and 3M. During that time, he has developed and taken to market a number of unique garment solutions within the Emergency Services Sector.
His role within WTL includes supporting the licensed garment manufacturers to integrate electronics into fit for purpose customer clothing.

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