Don’t slip-up at work and not use fall detection

A misstep on a ladder at an oil site. A trip while getting off the tractor. Or, a simple slip on a small chemical spill. All of these common occurrences can lead to injuries that not only make you unable to work but could lead to a visit to the local emergency room. 

Did you know that in a 2018 report from the Canadian Institute for Health Information, researchers found that in 2016 and 2017, there were more than 650, 000 visits to emergency departments because of injuries from falls with many occurring in the workplace? And according to Stats Canada, the most common type of workplace injury is…you guessed it – falls. In this blog article, we cover fall detection devices and Continue Reading…

Lone Worker Risks in the Canadian Forestry Sector

When it comes to our Canadian economy, the forestry industry provides a substantial source of wealth for the country. Our forestry trade balance (the difference between what we import and what we export to international partners) accounts for $19.8 billion of Canada’s GDP, according to the Government of Canada. This is equivalent to about 2% and represents the most substantial forest product trade balance in the world. We have held this position for years, and the gap between Canada and Sweden (the second-largest net trader) has been Continue Reading…

Happy Holidays from SafetyLine Lone Worker

Is Santa considered a lone worker

Is Santa Considered a Lone Worker?

It’s no secret that we are all excited to wake up to presents under the Christmas tree. But those presents didn’t just appear; someone delivered them while you were sleeping. Have you ever considered Santa’s safety? He is out in the cold all night, working only with the company of his reindeer. Not to mention, he is required to travel to countless unknown locations and enter the homes of strangers. Could Rudolph’s nose shine bright enough to signal an emergency, or should Santa consider an alternative safety solution?   

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Essential Safety Tips for Working at Heights

working at height with safetyline lone worker

The prospect of working at heights covers many different industries. Whilst some professions have bigger risk than others, it’s important to be safe no matter what kind of height you might be facing. Taking precautions before working at height can save lives and prevent serious and life-threatening injuries, so being prepared in your line of work is incredibly important.  

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