icare NSW Media Release
Weathertex, an Australian-owned timber cladding manufacturer, has adopted wearable technology to protect its workers following a six-month pilot.
Business Insurance Magazine
Plenty of companies met the pandemic’s challenges head-on, but some stood out by engineering creative solutions and helping solve the problems their clients were facing.
Preventure has spent five years translating knowledge from elite sport into a solution for workers. They expanded globally last year and now have a team in the USA.
Ticker Business & AusIndustry
How does Preventure help workers with their wearable technology? Scott Coleman explains how safety services can be delivered with this technology.
Safeopedia - Healthcare Article
Annually, an average of 55% of nurses experience low back pain and 44% experience shoulder pain. What can we do to protect our healthcare workers?
Inside Small Business
Wearable technology and AI-driven virtual training are both key areas reshaping how small businesses can implement workplace safety quickly and at a lower cost.
Companies that are working with this new wearables-based approach to workplace injury are also adopting a whole new approach to manual handling training.
Australian Manufacturing News
Staff have their own account, giving them control over the data collected, and they receive live alerts throughout the workday to drive behavior change.
Victual Risk & Insurance
More businesses are scrambling to implement improvements—one-off actions—when instead, they should be looking at long-term controls.
AusBiz TV & Startup Daily
AusBizTV asked Scott Coleman to join them on Startup Daily to discuss the new injury risks faced by workers who are now spending more time in their home office.
Haines Medical Podcast
Hear lessons from the sports fields for our frontline workers and the future of Manual Handling training using customisation technology and data.
Business Daily Media
With work-related injuries costing Australian businesses upwards of $61.8 billion a year, it's no wonder many are looking for cost-effective technology solutions.
Body & Soul Magazine
Back pain can be a debilitating condition. Luckily, regular stretching may be the most effective and cost-efficient way to soothe or prevent it.
Business Daily Media
According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 70-90 per cent of Australians will experience back pain at some point in their lives.