Cat Detect for Personnel users have seen detection-zone intrusion alerts drop to near 0 within 30 days.
The Driver Safety System (DSS) is installed in more than 5,000 heavy equipment and light vehicles.
The DSS has logged more than 8 million hours of operating data.
Begin the change process with clear, visible support from leaders at every level of the organization.
Get a baseline against which progress can be made by completing a comprehensive, data-driven review of current site practices and risk factors.
Use precise, measurable targets to guide the organization forward.
Keep the focus on sending everyone home safely every day – not finding and punishing offenders.
De-mystify technology by explaining what it does, how it works, where it will be installed, who will see the data and how it will be used.
Clarify what happens when events take place. Explain what operators and supervisors will be expected to do, when an intervention will be required and what will take place after an intervention.
Teach people to manage their own safety behaviors through better sleep habits, diet and exercise and responsible use of alcohol and prescription drugs.
There's great potential to use technology in new ways to enhance site safety and manage risk. Learn more about Cat Detect for Personnel, DSS and other technologies and services at cat.com/safety.
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