In the last few months, we have attended several manufacturing-focused events, from which we returned with numerous insights and lessons about the industry. In this blog post, we would like to discuss some of the biggest challenges that came up repeatedly across countless conversations.
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As we’ve discussed before, smartwatches and wearables in general, have the potential to be the next big thing in enterprise utilization. Their power lies in the ability to increase productivity, satisfaction, and safety of workers. As a result, combined with improved work conditions and processes digitalization, companies are more effective in achieving their goals. But despite the ever more appealing benefits, some employee concerns regarding workplace wearables remain.
Safety inspection (also called safety audit) is an on-site monitoring aimed at identifying potential problems that could jeopardize the health and safety of workers at workplaces or buildings. It is mostly carried out by a safety specialist and usually involves checklists, which help the inspectors in assessing every potential issue. Every step of the inspection process must be carefully documented.
Safety inspections can differ in form based on the environment in which they are done. A safety inspection can be done to check vehicle safety, industrial plants, or office buildings.