Prevent the spread of infections

Use current, new and emerging BLE technologies with the USM Personal Safety Monitoring System to proactively prevent the spread of infection within your teams.

How it works?

Utilising Bluetooth Enabled (BLE) technology to monitor the health status of your employees is as simple as connecting third party BLE devices with the Personal Safety Monitoring System (PSMS).

When combining the ambient and atmospheric data collected using the PSMS devices with the data from third party BLE devices, Universal Site Monitoring is able to analyse the information using predetermined parameters.  These predetermined parameters enable the Universal Data Interface to alert and alarm Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) personnel of employees that show early signs of an infection, preventing contact and exposure with other employees.

The PSMS devices are able to detect:


  • ambient and atmospheric data (including temperature and contaminants such as gasses that may impact worker health)

  • location and tracking services (identifying slips, trips and falls, location in the environment and prior movements that may impact employee health)

Third party BLE devices available to purchase are able to detect:

  • Ambient Air Temperature Monitor

  • Body Temperature Monitor

  • Heart Rate Monitor

In Development -

  • Blood Oxygen Level

  • Blood Pressure

  • Extremity Skin Temperature

List of Compatible Devices:

  • Heart Rate Measurement

    • GATT Supported only (recommended “POLAR OH1”)

  • Body Temperature Measurement

    • Intelligent body Temperature Tracker CBT15-I

  • Temperature Measurement

    • Blue2 Bluetooth Thermometer from Cooper Atkins

  • Panic Buttons

    • VALRT Panic button


What's next?

Universal Site Monitoring is currently reviewing options to team-up with existing, new and emerging technology companies to ensure the most expedient solution is obtained for business and employees to access an early infection detection method.

The short-term solution identified is using BLE devices connected via Bluetooth to our GAM-A application in use by an employee on a smart phone (Android OS compatibility at this time).  The data is then transmitted to the USM Universal Data Interface for monitoring by OHS personnel.

Enabling worker safety is of utmost importance to USM, both the prevention and alerting of workplace incidents or fatalities.  This employee health technology was planned for development and incorporation into our products in future - however with the current COVID-19 pandemic, we believed it necessary to prioritise this feature and work with industry to aim for the best outcome in these difficult times.

We are currently working to develop the technology at USM to combat the spread of the COVID-19 infection within workplace environments, our first focus is  on the development of our GAM-i application for iOS devices to make this technology more readily available. We will also be working to develop monitors for core temperature measurement, respiratory rate (including identifying coughs and sneezing) and a fatigue monitor, to prepare for potential situations where these BLE devices are unavailable.

Our products:

Universal Data Interface (UDI)
Key features:

  • Reporting and alarming of key metrics

    • speed

    • altitude

    • course

    • personal biometric data

    • ambient & atmospheric data

  • Alarm configuration

  • Geofence boundaries, alarms - entry & exit

  • Real-time multiple device data display

  • User permission settings


Global Asset Monitor-Android (GAM-A)

Key features:

  • Location sensing

  • Heart-rate monitoring

  • Panic button addition

  • Core body temperature sensing

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Personal Safety Monitor (PSM) Hero 715 & 825

Key fetaures:

  • Real-time communication

  • Gas detection (CO, O2, H2S and LEL)

  • Location sensing

  • Slips, trips and falls

  • Heart-rate monitoring via BLE device

  • Smart alerts/alarms and highly visible analytics

  • Ambient & atmospheric data - including temperature

For further information or to team up with USM, please contact us:

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