A Sensor a Day Keeps the Doctor Away: How Digital Technology is Keeping Workers Safe

Workplace injuries have long been a concern to employers, and many oil and gas, manufacturing, construction, and transportation companies have put traditional safety mechanisms in place. However, even though workplace accidents are an old issue and old solutions exist, the perfect formula for keepin...

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