Improving the performance of employees who do not work in the same workplace is a challenge: constant movements, diverse activities, and varying numbers of people in work teams make it very difficult to assess the productivity. Examples of such work can be found in every industry (pipeline patrolmen, repair crews in the energy sector, mobile personnel in other industries), but the most striking one is in construction.
The risk is higher for those working outdoors (agricultural workers) or in high-temperature industries (metal smelting). However, construction workers are the most at risk. Statistics show that the risk of dying from a heat-related illness is 13 times higher in construction than in other industries. In the U.S., construction accounts for more than one-third of all occupational deaths related to elevated temperatures
Industrial safety metrics can vary depending on the country and the niche your company belongs to however all of them show the different aspects of the performance of your industrial safety program and answer the questions like how efficient your safety activities are; how injuries influence your finances and how attractive your company is for potential workers in terms of safety.
Construction and emergencies are firmly linked terms. The security issue is very acute here: if it is violated, companies incur billion dollar losses or even face criminal liability. To reduce risks, businesses monitor workers in construction. However, these systems are not always effective. Let’s see how they are cheated by employees and what can be done about it.
Only 14-16% of industrial enterprises use data to optimize production. Why is this happening, and how do you learn to make use of the data?
Industrial safety refers to one of the key metrics of ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) considerations and shows how sustainable is your company developing.
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