Driving is one of the most dangerous activities that humans can partake in. Approximately 80% of road collisions involve some type of distracted driving. Surprisingly, according to the National Safety Council (NSC), fatalities on the road has actually increased during the COVID-19 pandemic despite quarantines and[...]
CALGARY, AB (September 1, 2020) – We are excited to announce that Aware360 has won the 2020 Canadian Occupational Safety Readers’ Choice Award for Lone Worker Monitoring. We thank the readers for their support and participation of over 20,000 votes across all categories in the September/October issue of COS[...]
Worker fatigue is a risk that every industry experiences. Alertness is influenced by many different factors, such as sleep, diet, time of day, yet many employers are ill-equipped to assess fitness-for-duty when employees begin their shift. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), 69% of workers feel fatigued[...]
CALGARY, AB | June 4, 2020 – Aware360, a global leader in workplace safety technology, is pleased to introduce GoAware. Designed for enterprise use, GoAware provides social distancing reminders and contact tracing tools, helping organizations to manage employee safety while maintaining business operations in the[...]
CALGARY, ALBERTA – Aware360, a global leader in technology tools to enhance worker safety and productivity, is pleased to introduce LifeSaver Mobile. The newest addition to the Aware360 suite of solutions, LifeSaver Mobile, is an easy to deploy, software-based solution to minimizes phone-based distractions for[...]
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[...]