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What is Connected Safety for Workers?

We’ve all seen the buzz word #connectedsafety on the web recently and you might have been asking what is Connected Safety and how should I apply it to my work? Connected Safety is an Internet of Things (IoT) platform designed to connect workers, places, and equipment, and help organizations to facilitate improvements in worker safety, workflow, and safety process automation. So what does this mean? Let’s break it down.

New Jersey Becomes the First US State to Require Panic Buttons for Hotel Workers

On Tuesday, June 11, 2019– New Jersey became the first state in the U.S to passed a law requiring hotels to provide ‘panic buttons’ that employees can activate in case of an emergency. According to the Senate, No 2986 by the State of New Jersey states that “A hotel employer shall provide a panic button to each hotel employee assigned to work in a guest room without any other employees present, at no cost to the employee. An employee

Technology and Workplace Violence for Health and Care Workers [Recap]

On February 27th 2019,  Scatterling hosted a webinar, Technology and Workplace Violence for Health and Care Workers.  It was hosted by Scatterling’s president and founder, Kyle Touhey.  Kyle has been providing remote worker safety solutions since 2005 …

Health Care Workers Call for Personal Alarms After Attack

Health Care Workers Call for Personal Alarms After Attack

Over the past years there has been an increasing number of incidents that has occurred where health care worker had been attacked by a patient.

Doctor from B.C’s Penticton Regional Hospital was “savagely assaulted” by a patient a few years ago.  The doctor and patient were alone for a routine interview when the incident happened.  S