mSafety for hazardous workplaces

Free to get on with the job, knowing someone’s got your back.

mSafety for hazardous workplaces

Free to get on with the job, knowing someone’s got your back.

IoT boosts workplace safety

Remote monitoring for workplace safety

Continuous monitoring helps keep staff safe in high-risk working environments. Use the mSafety platform to create applications that provide Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) officers with real-time data on the welfare of their employees.

Act fast to avoid danger

Armed with key data on employee status and wellbeing, OHS officers can respond quickly to early warning signs and prevent minor incidents becoming full-blown crises.

Act fast to avoid danger

Armed with key data on employee status and wellbeing, OHS officers can respond quickly to early warning signs and prevent minor incidents becoming full-blown crises.

Easy for service providers

Device fleet management is quick and simple. The platform includes dashboards for subscription management, remote device configuration and software updates.

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Reliable flow of data

A built-in eSIM ensures the wearable is continuously connected without the need for pairing with a mobile phone – which means OHS officers get a reliable flow of data.

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Data security

Built on a secure cloud solution, the mSafety backend guarantees confidentiality. Data from the wearable to our customers’ backend is end-to-end encrypted, and only visible to the OHS officer and authorised people in his or her team.

Data security

Power-efficient wearable

Thanks to the use of power-efficient long-range connectivity, LTE Cat-M1, the battery in the mSafety wearable lasts seven days or more, depending on the use case.

Power-efficient wearable

mSafety workplace safety
in practice

When employees at a chemical plant wear the mSafety device, sensor data is displayed both on the wearable and sent, end-to-end encrypted, to the OHS officer’s backend. Thanks to bi-directional communication, alerts can travel both ways.

mSafety workplace safety
in practice

When employees at a chemical plant wear the mSafety device, sensor data is displayed both on the wearable and sent, end-to-end encrypted, to the OHS officer’s backend. Thanks to bi-directional communication, alerts can travel both ways.

mSafety at work – at a glance

For service providers

  • Easy fleet management
  • Increased operational safety
  • End-to-end security
  • Built-in eSIM for continuous connection
  • Fully scalable and quick to implement

For staff

  • Easy to use
  • Purpose-built wearable device
  • Highly luminescent black and white display
  • IoT low-power consumption – long battery life

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