Monitoring people wearing PPE

Taking Care of the Welfare of Workers Wearing PPE

In industrial and military settings, individuals wearing the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) are prone to suffer from physical injuries related to heat stress. Due to the high pressure that is associated with working in the extreme environments, workers easily become disoriented and unaware that they are actually suffering from pain and injuries that are work-related.

Using the PPE monitoring equipment, supervisors in these work areas can detect psychological changes in their workers and step in to help before the situations become worse. The wearable products ensure that the workers’ welfare is taken care of. The products can monitor their heart rate, temperature, breathing, and posture.

What Products Can You Use?

Equivital, a leading UK manufacturer of PPE products, has a range of systems for monitoring people wearing PPE. The products include:

  • TNR (training and Research): These are wireless monitors for human physiology and psychology. The products are CE and FDA-approved and are great for research applications. Data to the software is transmitted fast and real time.
  • EG02 Life Monitor: This product is FDA-approved to be used in hazardous and risky areas. You can use it in an environment that is prone to explosions, for example, the mine areas and processing plants. The system can be used to monitor and improve the well-being of the employees.
  • Black Ghost: This monitor is great for military use. You can also use it in hazardous work areas. The Black Ghost facilitates the transfer of actionable data, which is important in making critical decisions. This system provides you with situation awareness data such as geo-fencing and geo-location information in real time.
  • Orann: This product is designed for clinical research and trials.

Generally, the life monitor products ensure that workers in the stressful areas work safely. The systems will monitor their vitals to ensure that they don’t suffer any physical injuries while on duty.