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Helping you take your injury prevention and return-to-work programs to the next level, one sporting analogy at a time.

Cutting-edge technology
Unlimited data analytics support
Backed by decades of Sports Science

Leased Hardware

(Wearable Sensors)
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We use two small sensors to accurately measure a workers’ movements. The data collected gives you load scores for Shoulder, Back, and Lower Limb (Slip/Trip/Fall) Musculoskeletal injury risks.

The back sensor sits on the back collar, around T4/T5. This is the second most validated wearable sensor position after the wrist. And, the same position that’s stitched into the back of athlete jerseys.

The arm sensor is on a velcro strap and can go under or over work uniforms. Both sensors can be attached by a worker in just a few seconds.

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On-Demand Video Task Assessment

Remove the human bias from your task analysis by capturing objective movement data.

Any supervisor can quickly record video and data using the Preventure app. And, by recording videos of a variety of workers and techniques, you can easily identify lowest-risk ‘best practice’ benchmarks.

Our cloud-based data dashboard helps your team to collaborate remotely. Plus, a Preventure Sports Scientist is always available if you need extra data analytics support.

Job Task Profiles

This feature can be used for Return-To-Work, Pre-Employment, and safety training purposes.


Think of it as a living job task dictionary document that aligns with WorkSafe requirements.

You can also involve frontline workers in the development of job task profiles. Some of our clients have even had workers on light duties help with data collection.

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Team Projects 

Our Projects feature enables you to save and compare reports on a timeline, in order to investigate and reduce injury risks.


You can trial interventions, such as manual handling aids. Or, you can work with individual workers to reduce their injury risk, and clearly see if your efforts are making a difference.

Our clients are also using Projects to build business cases, collaborate with engineering teams, and re-design work sites.  

Movement Coaching with Live Alerts

Workers can wear sensors for a full shift and will get a small vibration (via a smartphone device) when they move in a way that puts a high load on their bodies. They will get to see their daily data scores too. 


Occupational data will be visible in your management dashboard. Enabling safety professionals to see which teams and individual workers need more training to change their movement habits and prevent future injury.

To improve worker and union engagement;

  • Everything we do is Sports-themed

  • Workers own their account and data

  • We do not track GPS 

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Safety Training & Learning Management System

We designed our Safety Training feature to quickly deliver injury prevention insights back to frontline workers. It's included in all our monthly packages.

Workers receive short micro-training modules via a smartphone app or tablet. These are delivered in line with nudge theory principles and include video.

The worker will see their score in the form of Olympic-style bronze, silver, and gold medals. And, management can track compliance via our cloud-based dashboard.

Occupation Profiles

This feature combines all occupational reports into one summary page. It was built to assist with Return-To-Work and Pre-Employment screening.

New workers are at a higher injury risk, as their bodies are yet to become conditioned to their new work tasks. So, our clients are also using these profiles as a guide for onboarding training. 

In sport, we refer to this as ‘training age’. Coaches are able to provide individualized programs for their new players. With Preventure, you can offer a similar level of support to your workforce, no matter how large it is.

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Expert Advice Just a Click Away

A helpful little AI-powered Sports Scientist lives in the Preventure platform, to offer data tips. But it gets even better than that, as a real and accredited human is just a click away.

Our data dashboard only shows you the insights that are really useful, to save your team from paralysis by analysis. So, as a Preventure subscriber, we made sure to give you unlimited access to data analytics support. For when you want to dig a little deeper on a particular issue.

It’s like having a Movement Analysis expert on staff.

Return-To-Work and Re-Injury Prevention (in BETA*)

Our technology allows you to track an injured worker's daily physical load as they return to full duties. They also receive training modules to help with their physical and psychological recovery.

Importantly, you can also share insights with medical teams, to allow for data-driven decision making. Our goal is to help you get injured workers back to their previous physical capacity, with less downtime and the lowest risk of re-injury.

*We are currently trialing this new feature, so please reach out if you are interested in learning more.

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Office Coach

Not forgetting about your desk-based teams, we built Office Coach during the first lockdown.


Our team was inspired by changing hybrid work environments and the growing reports of neck and back pain due to home workstations with poor ergonomic setups.

Workers are provided with feedback about their sitting posture and encouraged to stretch and be active throughout the day. Employers can remotely collect ergonomic data from workers to identify the need for workstation reviews, and help prevent musculoskeletal injury. 

Our product is ever-evolving and we love co-designing it with clients and partners. To join our community, contact our team about the best subscription package for you.

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