We believe in a 360-degree approach – Safety should be reinforced at three levels – management, machine operators and workers. Each group should have a clear and thorough understanding of best practices. Through SAFFR Technology, Hacklab ensures your organisation is secured from all levels!
Hacklab’s SAFFR technology ensures overall safety reinforcement in any type of organisation. SAFFR products have been the outcome of our multilayered approach, by integrating a variety of technologies, to create reliable systems to prevent an incident from happening. These products can be used in warehouses for human and machine safety, or at construction sites for the worker’s and the site’s safety.
Lone worker Monitoring System
Our Lone Worker Monitoring System uses wearable tags, anchor nodes, gateways and cloud-based data analytics services to help businesses monitor and manage Lone Workers, being aware of their position in real-time and getting SOS and Man Down Alerts.
Our solution is specially designed for Lone Workers security and protection, offering maximum protection and alerts to the end-user. In case of an SOS situation or a man down alert, the application sends automatic alerts to the managing staff and notifies about the emergency. In case the Lone Worker cannot communicate, the managing staff will directly notify the nearest workers to get to the location and check the situation.
It is important to understand that through our Lone Worker monitoring system, the Lone Workers can reach the Managing Department in real-time in case of any emergency.
The solution sets Lone Working under a safety framework, offering a leading solution in the global market. Workers can simply, just using their smart tags feel that there is a safety plan designed especially for them, meaning that the company shows extensive interest in their safety and secondly for the way they operate.
Our solution focuses to help businesses protect their Lone Workers from social and environmental risks, as defined above and the company can handle incidents in a faster and more secure way.
Safety from moving plant & equipment
Automatic alarms to operator/worker when someone come within the danger zone of a moving plant/equipment.
Unauthorized access alert
Automatic alarms when someone unauthorized enters a critical zone
Critical sickness alarm
Push button for alerting others when an individual feels critically sick or needing urgent help
Potential sickness alarm
Automatic alarms when someone is not moving due to sickness or other reasons for a prolonged time
Automatic alarms to individuals and control console when any worker goes off controlled work areas.
The efficient handling and storing of materials are vital to any industry. In addition to raw materials, these operations provide a continuous flow of parts and assemblies through the workplace and ensure that materials are available when needed.
Machine handling equipment (MHEs) are used for handling and storing of materials inside a facility. It includes activities like:
- Lifting boxes from a shelf and placing them on a cart or pallet;
- Move pallets/goods;
- Transferring products from one place to another;
- Transporting raw material from the loading dock to the manufacturing area.
Unfortunately, the improper handling and storing of materials often result in costly injuries.
Operating an MHE takes extensive training, and following set standards to ensure both the operator and those in the surrounding area, are safe. MHE safety is an important component of overall workplace safety, and doing it right can mean the difference between life and death in many cases.
So, what is a leading cause of MHE-related hazards in the workplace?
When operators feel compelled to work quickly to meet production demand, they all, under pressure, start taking shortcuts like driving with too large of a load or driving distracted. The end result may be hitting a rack, damaging a wall or product, or even injuring a co-worker.
Emergency management is the discipline of dealing with and avoiding risks, particularly those that have catastrophic consequences for communities, regions, or entire countries. It is the dynamic process of preparing for, mitigating, responding to and recovering from an emergency. Planning, though critical, is not the only component. Training, conducting drills, testing equipment and coordinating activities with the community are other important functions. Effective emergency management relies on the integration of emergency plans at all levels of government and non-government, including individuals and community organisations.
- Keeping a headcount of people inside the plant i.e.: no of people entered and no of people exited the plant using Access Control System. This count should be maintained on Cloud Dashboard, Application, Display unit at the security gate
- Emergency SOP Activation feedback via the application, dashboard, or local devices.
- Keeping headcount of people at assembly points using automatic access Card/Tag detection units and of people who are not available there in case of emergency.
- Location of people who didn’t reach Assembly Points in case of emergency using Real-Time Location Triangulating Units. (Real-time Employee Movement detection)
- Interlinking of all assembly points data points
- Real-time alerts and reports