The implementation of digital monitoring systems for occupational safety and health (OSH) like apps, cameras and wearables can make workplaces safer. Whether the objective is proactive (prevention) or reactive (mitigation), their success often hinges on the accuracy of the information they collect and analyse. It’s just as important to equip employers and workers with the information they need to weigh up the advantages and disadvantages, and to facilitate a good implementation.
Two new reports explore the challenges and opportunities of smart digital monitoring systems for OSH. One report delves into the types, purposes and uses of digital monitoring systems. The second presents best practice examples to successfully integrate new monitoring systems at the workplace.
Check out the reports and summaries: