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As every year, this April 8th marks World Day for Safety and Health at Work. In 2023 the International Labour Organization (ILO) wants to explore the topic of: a safer and healthier workspace as a fundamental right of all.

It is important to remember that the International Labor Conference (CIT) that took place in June 2022 decided to include “a safe and healthy working environment” in the ILO’s framework of fundamental principles and rights at work. As a result of that decision, all member states have the obligation – derived from the very fact of their membership in the Organization -, to respect, promote and implement, in good faith and in accordance with the Constitution, the principles relating to fundamental rights that are the object of the agreements on these principles and rights.

For the team at Claitec, April 28 is a key day in the calendar – a moment to question our working methods, our contribution to the improvement of both safety and health at work, and to identify the main challenges that are yet to be addressed.

In fact, achieving safer and healthier environments is something that constantly motivates us, encouraging us to always put people at the centre and to think and to develop innovative, creative, practical, and modern solutions to eliminate risks, prevent accidents and create safer and healthier environments for everyone.

This is demonstrated by some of our most recent innovations, such as the Radar Crossing Guard designed to improve safety at intersections -, the LSA Solution or Low Speed Area Solutions for the limitation of speed per zones, or even the VAS System, which, in a very simple and practical way controls traffic in workspaces and prevents work accidents.

So, on this important day, we invite you to reflect and to contribute from your work environment to achieve safer and healthier workplaces. And most importantly, to count on us to continue making improvements in your industrial working environments!

Should you require further information about our solutions or should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact-us.

In today’s post we would like to share with our readers the fantastic experience and results that one of our clients is achieving by using the Safeyu plaform-, a solution designed and developed to prevent accidents at work. Safeyu connects workers, vehicles, and machines in such a way as to identify risk situations in real time and preventively warn workers while generating records that help them draw conclusions regarding prevention, health, and occupational safety in their workspace.

The company in question implemented the Safeyu platform and installed the PAS-G2 System. In addition, their forklifts use the CAS-G2 system, the copilot, and the shock sensor. The operators also carry safety tags with them. Thanks to the monitoring carried out by Safeyu, the firm has now compiled valuable data on detections between forklifts, forklift impacts, detections of people and forklift safety checklist.

With all this information, the company’s occupational safety managers have been able to improve traffic in some of the areas of the warehouse where accidents or incidents previously occurred with higher frequency. They were also able to differentiate pedestrians in areas with a high volume of forklift traffic, as well as detect impacts on shelfs and thus relocate different materials to help work vehicles carry out manoeuvres more easily.

Their day-to-day operations currently work as follows:

  • The forklift driver logs into the Safeyu system.
  • Once the login is completed, the checklist screens appear so that the user can verify each part of the forklift; for example: whether the brake fluid has been checked, whether the wheels are in good condition. Different options can be personalised by the system administrator.
  • Once the checklist has been completed and passed, the driver can start using the forklift.
  • If the operator is driving and detects another forklift in the safety zone, a warning will appear on the copilot.
  • If a person is detected within the safety perimeter, warning signs will also appear.
  • The user can configure the warnings, for instance: whether the co-pilot is required to only warn the driver with an audible alarm, or whether the speed of the vehicle should be reduced when detections take place.
  • If the driver collides against a shelf, for example, a warning will also appear in the copilot.

All data generated in the daily operations are sent to the Safeyu platform in real time, so the platform administrator can see the heat graphs, the detections and all the records right there and then, and make decisions or execute changes as necessary.

This allows the safety teams to make decisions based on evidence and operate on the most problematic areas of their daily operations, reducing risks and thus preventing possible accidents at work.

Should you require more information about our solutions, or should you have any questions about our products, please do not hesitate to contact us: we are here to help.

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