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The Exxon Valdez oil spill. The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. The Mottarone cable car accident in Italy. What these accidents share in common is that they were preventable—if proper safety precautions had been taken, they most likely could have been averted. These and other large-scale events have garnered media coverage and public scrutiny. But smaller events […]

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Independent Research Firm, Verdantix, Recognizes SafetyTek’s Data Analytics Capabilities as Innovative in Recent Report

Verdantix, an independent research and consulting firm with a focus on innovative technologies in EHS, in a recent report highlighted the SafetyTek platform’s straightforward and easy approach to functional safety, and use of Machine Learning to engage field workers of all demographics.

Businesses Are Starting to Open. Are You Prepared?

Businesses are eager to re-open. We’ve all been waiting patiently to get back to business-as-usual. And while we prepare to return to work, people in leadership positions need to take action to ensure we protect the worker and the workplace from preventing exposure while the pandemic is still active.

PRESS RELEASE: SafetyTek Offers New COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis Solution for Free to Help Companies Protect Workers’ Health

Through cloud and mobile technology, SafetyTek COVID-19 Workforce Health Analysis lets managers and employees collaborate, regardless of where they’re located, in protecting workers against exposure to the virus while keeping the business up and running.

How Do You Keep Your Workplace Safe with COVID-19 on the Loose?

Safetytek’s goal has always been to keep people safe. Be it on site or an office, we want our workers to go back home safe and healthy everyday. As we constantly hear breaking news about COVID-19 developing and affecting our communities, the need and responsibility is now more critical than ever to keep our workplaces […]

Actually Increase Safety Culture, Don’t Just Talk About It

I hear a lot about the importance of safety culture. Its talked about often but what does it mean?