Next-Gen Wearables Redefining Safety in the Utilities Sector

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dorsaVi has provided our clients in the Utilities sector, with injury insights using our ViSafe wearable sensor technology and then…

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Utilities Sector Key Benefits


  • Elevated Staff Engagement: Foster improved worker engagement using ergonomic wearables tailored for utility workers.
  • Identify Risks through Data Insights: Detect high-risk movements and musculoskeletal strain with data-driven safety analytics and real-time monitoring.
  • Sustained Enhancements: Implement sustainable safety improvements through wearable tech that prioritizes operational efficiency in utility work.
  • Preventive Risk Management: Mitigate potential hazards using wearable tech for comprehensive risk management, enhancing preventive safety measures.
  • Immediate Insights: Obtain immediate insights into worker fatigue, ergonomic load, and environmental safety through wearable sensors.
  • Informed Decision-Making Using Data: Make well-informed decisions backed by data gathered from wearable EMG and advanced video AI, improving overall safety practices.

These cutting-edge wearable solutions enhance safety, health, and efficiency in the utilities sector.

Data insights captured

Harnessing cutting-edge analytics and continuous real-time monitoring, data-driven insights are transforming the operational landscape within the utility industry

Repetitions of Movement
Managing and optimising repetitive movements are crucial in preventing repetitive strain injuries and enhancing efficiency.

Vibration (Whole Body Vibration & Hand-Arm Vibration)
ViSafe+ records levels of whole-body vibration and hand-arm vibration experienced during utility related activities.

Range of Movement
Maintaining flexibility and proper ergonomic practices is essential in reducing the risk of musculoskeletal injuries.

Video Synced with Data
Real-time synchronised video and wearable sensor data provide a comprehensive perspective on a worker’s actions.

Sustained Positions
Proper ergonomic design of workstations and equipment is vital in reducing the risk of injuries associated with static positions.

Physical Exertion
ViSafe+ can precisely measure the degree of physical effort required by utility workers during normal work activities.

Proportion of Time in Risk Zones
ViSafe+ examines the duration spent in higher-risk positions, enhancing safety insights tailored to the retail sector.

Muscle Activity (EMG)
Analysing muscle activity of a worker can give you deeper insights into what tasks cause the highest level of strain and fatigue.

Worker Fatigue
Effectively monitoring and controlling worker fatigue is essential in preventing injuries, as it notifies both employees and supervisors of tasks that are of higher risk when workers are tired.

Using ViSafe+ in the Utilities Industry

Revolutionise the utility sector with our groundbreaking workplace solution. By seamlessly incorporating wearable technology and data-driven insights, we enhance operational efficiency while minimising the potential for injuries. ViSafe+ offers comprehensive ergonomic assessments, streamlining tasks and emphasising employee welfare. Elevate productivity and cultivate a safer utility work environment through our customised solution.

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Wearable technology enhances safety and operational efficiency for utility workers by providing real-time monitoring and data analytics. Devices like ViSafe+ capture movements, muscle activity, and fatigue levels, allowing for the optimization of task assignments and the implementation of preventive measures. By analyzing this data, managers can adjust workloads to prevent overexertion and ensure workers are operating within safe limits. Additionally, these technologies enable real-time alerts for hazardous conditions, facilitating immediate corrective actions. This proactive approach reduces the risk of injuries, ensures workers’ well-being, and improves overall productivity in the utilities sector.

Ergonomic wearables provide insights into repetitive strain and improper postures during tasks such as lifting, reaching, and working in confined spaces. By offering immediate feedback and training recommendations, these wearables help workers adopt safer practices, reducing the incidence of musculoskeletal injuries and enhancing long-term health. The continuous real-time monitoring of workers’ movements allows for early detection of risky patterns, enabling timely interventions. Furthermore, ergonomic wearables contribute to designing better tools and equipment that fit the workers’ needs, promoting overall safety and efficiency in the utilities industry.

Wearable sensors improve risk management by continuously monitoring worker movements and environmental conditions. Data from these sensors helps identify high-risk activities, enabling the implementation of targeted safety protocols and training. This proactive approach reduces accidents, enhances compliance with safety standards, and fosters a culture of safety. By providing insights into physical exertion, exposure to hazardous substances, and environmental safety, these sensors allow managers to create safer working conditions, thus enhancing the overall safety and efficiency in the utilities industry.

Advanced wearables collect comprehensive data on worker health, fatigue, and exposure to hazards. This information allows managers to make informed decisions about safety protocols, resource allocation, and training programs. The data-driven approach ensures that safety measures are based on real-time insights and tailored to the specific needs of the utilities sector. By leveraging this data, companies can identify trends and patterns, leading to more effective risk management and preventive strategies. The result is a safer work environment, improved compliance with safety regulations, and enhanced operational efficiency.

Video AI, when paired with wearable sensors, provides a detailed visual and data-driven analysis of workers’ actions. This combination helps identify unsafe movements, monitor compliance with safety protocols, and assess fatigue levels. The visual context aids in quickly addressing potential hazards and improving safety procedures, thereby enhancing operational efficiency. By synchronizing video footage with real-time data from wearable devices, managers can gain a comprehensive understanding of worksite conditions and worker behaviours. This holistic approach not only boosts safety but also streamlines workflows and optimizes resource use in the utilities sector.

Smart devices boost worker engagement and productivity by offering real-time feedback and recognizing safe behaviours and achievements. Enhanced communication between workers and management through these devices promotes a proactive safety culture. Engaged workers are more likely to adhere to safety protocols and contribute to a more productive and efficient workplace. By providing workers with the tools to monitor their own performance and health, these devices empower them to take charge of their well-being, leading to higher morale and efficiency. In the utilities sector, this translates to fewer accidents, lower absenteeism, and better overall productivity.

Wearable analytics can pinpoint high-risk movements common in utility tasks, such as working at heights, entering confined spaces, or lifting heavy equipment. These insights are crucial for refining training programs and safety protocols, helping to prevent injuries and improve overall workplace safety. By analyzing data on how workers move and perform their tasks, managers can identify patterns that lead to injuries and implement changes to reduce these risks. This not only enhances the safety of individual workers but also improves the overall safety culture within the utilities industry, leading to sustained improvements in operational practices.

Wearable sensors detect early signs of worker fatigue, monitor the physical load on the body, and identify ergonomic risks. This data enables the implementation of preventive measures like scheduled rest breaks, task rotation, and ergonomic adjustments, reducing the likelihood of workplace injuries and promoting long-term worker health. By continuously collecting data on various physiological and environmental parameters, these sensors provide a comprehensive view of the worker’s condition and the work environment. This proactive approach to safety ensures that potential issues are addressed before they lead to injuries, thus enhancing both worker well-being and operational efficiency in the utilities sector.

Wearable tech provides utility management with real-time monitoring and predictive analytics, streamlining workflows and resource allocation. By minimizing downtime and preventing safety incidents, these technologies ensure a more productive and efficient operation, giving companies a competitive edge in the industry. The data collected by wearable devices allows for better planning and decision-making, enabling managers to optimize processes and improve overall performance. In a competitive market, the ability to operate efficiently and safely not only enhances profitability but also strengthens the company’s reputation and market position.

Monitoring physical exertion with wearable EMG devices measures muscle activity and physical exertion during tasks. This data helps identify activities that cause excessive strain and fatigue, allowing for adjustments in task assignments and work practices. Monitoring exertion levels ensures that workers do not overexert themselves, thereby reducing the risk of injury and enhancing overall safety. By providing detailed insights into how workers’ muscles respond to different tasks, wearable EMG devices enable more personalized and effective safety interventions. This not only protects workers but also improves their performance and productivity, contributing to the overall efficiency and safety of operations in the utilities sector.

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