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Upcoming Webinar

Using Computer Vision as a Risk Mitigation Tool
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Computer vision and camera analytics are popular safety technology tools used to mitigate risks associated with a variety of hazardous task. Join us as industry experts share best practices, lessons learned and case studies regarding the use of computer vision in the workplace to prevent serious injuries and fatalities.

Recorded Webinars

National Safety Month: An Innovative Approach to Saving Lives at Work - June 21, 2022
Too many workers’ lives are lost by simply going to work. Many real-world applications exist today that organizations of all sizes can implement. Explore technologies tied to each of the weekly themes of National Safety Month, including exoskeletons, wearables, augmented and virtual reality, and drones. Discover a suite of free resources to use now to advance on your organization’s safety innovation journey. Watch the webinar.

Making the Business Case for Safety Innovation - May 17, 2022
Research shows organizations that invest in safety technology not only recoup their initial investment, they experience greater efficiencies in production and quality. Work to Zero has partnered with Verdantix to create eight, free return-on-investment calculators that provide a customized report showing the value of high-impact technologies to mitigate risks and prevent fatalities. Learn about these calculators and the benefits of innovation. Watch the webinar.

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Driving Down Key Safety Risks with Drones, sponsored by Univar Solutions - September 2021: Drones are a growing safety technology for mitigating risks associated with confined space entry, multiple inspection types, working at heights and other key workplace tasks. As one of the most rapidly developing aspects of aerospace, science and technology, drones will increasingly disrupt traditional processes as technological and adoption barriers are overcome. Join us as industry experts share best practices, lessons learned and case studies regarding the use of drones in the workplace to prevent serious injuries and fatalities.

  • Sept. 7 - An Introduction to Drones for Workplace Safety: Panelists discuss how the application of drones has evolved over the years and the wide range of industries adopting drones for improved safety. Common uses involve drones being sent into high-risk areas, such as confined spaces and areas requiring work at height. Watch the webinar.
  • Sept. 14 - Expanding Safety Using Drones for Confined Space Entry and Other Critical Tasks: Critical workplace tasks may include a variety of jobs involving performing work in permit-required confined spaces or conducting surveys at height. Confined spaces typically have restricted means of entry or exit and are not designed for continuous human occupancy due to a lack of ventilation or other situational factors. Additionally, critical inspections for emergency response may need to be completed at heights that could pose a fall risk. Learn how inspections and other tasks can be performed safely through the use of drones, and how drones can minimize or eliminate related exposures to workers across safety-sensitive industries. Watch the webinar.
  • Sept. 21 - View from the Top: Using Aerial Drones for High-risk Situations: Aerial drones can be used to reduce or eliminate serious injuries and fatalities related to working at height, the most common non-roadway hazard leading to workplace fatalities. Drones are used more and more to conduct aerial inspections and other work to keep employees safely on the ground. Learn about specific use cases and best practices. Watch the webinar.
  • Sept. 28 - A Deeper Dive into Reducing Risk with Submersible Drones: Learn how submersible drones are used to conduct underwater inspections and other critical safety tasks. Submersible drones can eliminate the need for employees to work in high-risk conditions and can help reduce serious injury and downtime, improve safety inspections and lower inspection costs. Watch the webinar.

COVID-19 and Technology Webinar Series: Innovative technology solutions play an important role in mitigating COVID-19 risks. Hear from organizations embracing technology to manage everything from physical distancing to workplace testing, and contact tracing to public transportation. View the series.

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