Connected Worker Safety Solution

Universal Site Monitoring (USM) design and develop Australian-made advanced connected worker safety monitoring solutions: a world first integrated system of wearable personal safety monitoring devices, communications hubs, reporting, and management software, plus ancillary products, providing essential safety data accessible from anywhere at any time. 
 
These devices work together to create a safety system that provides preventative or reactionary measures to a range of potential risks and hazards in the workplace.

The Personal Safety Monitoring System (PSMS) continuously manages multiple risks simultaneously by using a system of safety devices linked to a data interface.  This system consists of:
 
Other products that can be included in the safety system are:
The system can be customised to suit every operation.  The Mesh Access Point (MAP) and the Personal Safety Monitors (PSM) devices are available in both Intrinsically Safe models for hazardous environments or non-Intrinsically Safe models for general industrial use. 
 
  • MAP (ATEX Zone 2)
  • PSM (ATEX Zone 1)
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Real Time Data Streaming
Real time data streaming & analytics from all connected devices is available via the Universal Data Interface smart alert and navigation system, for viewing by personnel located in the control room.
The live monitoring together with access to historical data provide the ability to prevent incidents occurring in the field by tracking trends, respond to incidents immediately as they occur and respond with the correct actions.
The UDI can be accessed via computers, tablets and smartphones as needed. 
Gas Detection, Communication, Alerts and Alarms
The Personal Safety Monitor (PSM) device alerts its wearer to danger through audible alarms, vibration and warning lights - while also sending alerts and alarms to the control room operator.
This PSM device is capable of real-time communication (voice, instant messaging and push-to-talk), gas detection (CO, O2, H2S, LEL), geo-fence alerts, reporting other ambient and atmospheric conditions, gathering and reporting biometric data of the PSM wearer (via the BLE connected BioMon) and alerts to slips, trips & falls.
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Connectivity & Position Tracking
The Mesh Access Point (MAP) device enables data to be transmitted wirelessly in areas where usually communication would be impossible or unreliable, by creating a network of devices that can transmit the data between the Universal Data Interface (UDI) and the Personal Safety Monitor (PSM).  The MAP also allows for position tracking where regular GPS is unavailable or unsuitable.
Equipment & Vessel Tracking
The General Asset Monitor (GAM) device can be installed into fixed or movable equipment to monitor equipment location, security and safety.  All available data is transmitted to the Universal Data Interface (UDI) for remote viewing, including alerts and alarms that are customised to suit business requirements.
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Operator Biometric Monitoring
The Biometric Monitor (BioMon) device is worn on the wrist and paired with a Personal Safety Monitor device in use by the wearer.  The BioMon device monitors biometric data of workers including; heart-rate, blood oxygen and core body temperature, this is then transmitted to the Universal Data Interface via the Personal Safety Monitor (PSM).
Automated Gas Calibration
The Auto Bump Calibration Dock (ABCD) device completes automated Bump Tests and Calibration Tests, it includes an LCD screen to view status and alerts for devices currently undergoing automated processes.  This device allows for calibration of multiple Personal Safety Monitor (PSM) devices at a time and eliminates potential for human error during calibration.
USM's Connected Worker Safety Solution can assist with future-proofing your business, providing technology to meet foreseen changes in Work Health & Safety regulations.
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