These devices alert Managers to efficiencies and flag the users if they are too close to a hazard.

WORKPLACE WEARABLES

79% of wearable adopters agree that wearables are or will be strategic to their company’s future business success.

 

Wearable technology has many uses, including health and fitness tracking, chronic disease management, performance monitoring and navigation tracking, lumbar Risk, Scoring, Forklift Driving, Repetitive Motion Alerts, Lone worker safety, Temperature warning, Asset exit detection, PPE Compliance, Asset management.

Transform your workforce and your organisation with wearables:

  • Increased Productivity by 15%.

  • Enhanced Speed. Every second counts in operation workflows. 

  • Superior Task Accuracy.

  • Outstanding Wireless Readability.

  • Increased Worker Awareness.
     

THE PRODUCTS WE USE

WEARHEALTH ERGONOMIC WEARABLES

Exoskeleton roadmap and implementation.


Exoskeletons are successfully integrated into daily manual operation by following the right guidelines, best practices, and metrics.


Ergonomic injuries are one of the most common workplace injury categories today. Over 30% of incidents resulting in days away from work were due to ergonomic-related injuries.


Occupational exoskeletons help increase productivity, HSEQ, staff wellbeing, longevity, engagement, attraction and retention while reducing pain, fatigue, costs, accident compensation claims, damaged goods claims, absenteeism and staff shortage. 


The process to select and implement an exoskeleton suit in an occupational or industrial environment must be carefully planned. But even before that, it is important to understand what exoskeletons are and are not for:
Exoskeletons are not a one-size-fits-all solution: each exoskeleton is designed for a certain ergonomic application so we carefully assess your operational tasks and unique working environment. 

 

  • Exoskeletons are for working safer: the goal of most exoskeletons is not that workers can lift heavier loads or execute ergonomically riskier tasks. The objective is that workers can perform their usual daily tasks without getting injured or suffering from musculoskeletal disorders.

 

  • Workers should not be forced to use exoskeletons: the usage of exoskeletons should be voluntary, and workers’ feedback should be considered from the start. 

 
3 phases are required to evaluate the need, select the correct exoskeleton and depoy the technology.

exoskeletons assessment process across 3 phases

Our exoskeletons assessment is implemented in 2 phases: 

 

1. Pre-screening (Camara-based analytics)

This assessment screens the ergonomic risks of several tasks and provide recommendations

 

2. Impact Assessment (Sensor-based analytics)

This phase validates the impact of the exoskeleton in the most relevant tasks selected in phase 1.

The reduction in risks is quantified based on the analytics, which helps to estimate the ROI.

This implementation will ensure the ergonomic requirements of every task have been defined, the best-fitting exoskeletons has been tested and a fit-for-purpose solution has been rolled out.

Pre-screening (Camara-based analytics)
Impact Assessment (Sensor-based analytics)

THE MODJOUL WEARABLES

  • Designed to keep workers safe while operating at their highest potential

  • Equipped with 6 sensors to collect motion, location, and environmental data

  • Proactively identifies if a worker is at risk

NEW EMPLOYEE PROTECTION

New employees either because they are not industrially fit for the job or lack the training are the most injured of the employee types

Modjoul workplace wearable device in buckle
  • Employees are trained in their new employee orientation on the program and how to wear

  • First week sets the baseline for the employee posture

  • Haptic turned on after 40 hours of wear automatically to show a baseline for improvement

  • Each day when they pick up their wearable, they are shown a scorecard in how they are doing

  • System is gamified so employees earn badges up until they receive the graduation badge

Feature list for Modjoul Workplace Wearables

PREVENTING INJURY IN THREE WAYS:​

  1. Haptic response to inform users of unsafe movement or activity in real time

  2. Data is sent and stored in the Modjoul platform to be reviewed by employees and supervisors

  3. Training and procedures are implemented to eliminate injuries from the workplace

MODJOUL'S WEARABLE PROGRAM

Leverage state of the art, easy-to-use technology to prevent injury in the workplace. Get weekly reviews and Modjoul support based on data from your company. 

  • MODULARITY: Detachable wearables for different body parts with their data presented on a dashboard or automated reports

  • DOCKING STATION: Dynamic Allocation allows for multiple employees to use one device and badge scanning for device assignment resulting in significant savings on space and cost

  • SUPPORT: Data insights, customer service help desk & onsite installation and technical support 

DATA VISUALIZATION

  • Morning snapshot report that employees see before beginning their job duties

  • No code dashboard customizable to the most important metrics

  • Mobile application for employees to check their data and progress

Morning snapshot report that employees see before beginning their job duties

WATCHDOG INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (WIMS)

  • Turn-key asset protection solution to preventing asset loss

  • Results show return on investment in matter of weeks

  • Utilizes radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology

  • Tracks assets such as scanners, two-way radios, laptops, printers, etc.

  • Robust data and reporting

  • Easy setup & operation

WATCHDOG INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (WIMS)​​