Calgary, AB (February 17, 2020) - Aware360 was presented with the Top 20 Most Promising EHS Solutions Providers Award by CIO Review Magazine for outstanding safety solutions. Aware360 won the prize among other innovative companies such as Gensuite, Intelelx and VelocityEHS.
We live in a world of constant innovation, making our lives easier, safer, and more productive. More than ever, technology is embedded in our business operations to increase yield and streamline processes. But similar technology can also be used to combat the world’s social and environmental problems.
New product identifies impairment to improve worksite safety and performance
In British Columbia, a person is deemed to be a lone worker when they do not have assistance readily available to them in the event of injury or emergencies. This includes workers on remote oil & gas sites, social services staff, real estate agents, security guards, HVAC technicians, delivery drivers and many more[...]
Ever wondered what it’s like to intern with an award-winning safety and productivity software company? At Aware360, our interns gain valuable work experience outside the classroom and give fresh insights to various areas of the business. Here’s what Jada Buchanan and Matthew Lamiel had to say after their 2019[...]
CALGARY, AB, July 4, 2019 – Aware360, a Microsoft IoT Ecosystem partner, will be participating in Microsoft Inspire 2019 conference in Las Vegas, NV from July 14-18. This event is Microsoft’s largest annual cross-border networking event where partners connect, collaborate, and celebrate as one community.[...]
Calgary, Alberta, June 26 , 2019 -- Aware360 has released a new update in response to customer feedback. Control Centre 2.1 for the SafetyAware solution is packed with new features enhancing communication capabilities, improving monitor-partner response times, and reducing false alarms.
Most people assume “impairment” is synonymous with “intoxication” or “a drugged state.” The reality is that cognitive impairment can be caused by fatigue, stress, distraction, illness and many other factors and can make workers not "fit-for-duty" leading mistakes, accidents or worse.