This is the third in a series of articles about how technology can help construction companies optimize performance across their worksites. In our first two articles, we talked about the advantages of sharing and accessing information to save time and money. In this article we’re focused on how technology can improve worksite safety.
With one in 10 construction workers being injured each year*, technology that improves safety performance will also reduce risk and downtime. Using technologies that make workers more aware will:
New technologies have become available to safeguard worksites and better manage risk. One of the most common accidents is being struck by or trapped by equipment or vehicles. Blind spot and backing up accidents account for 25 – 50% of the total. Here are some of the most used technologies that can help prevent them:
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