Webinar: Harness Better Safety and Operational Performance with Connected Workers

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Digital transformation is business critical with 80% of industrial workplaces implementing IoT devices. In this webinar, learn how water and wastewater operations are using real-time data and IoT-enabled connected safety devices to protect workers and facilities. Discover how the use of these devices, paired with live safety monitoring and data analytics, can increase the efficiency of water and wastewater projects, better protect workers, and support overall digital transformation efforts.

Top Learning Takeaways

1. Discover how the versality of connected tech helps workplaces stay ahead of a myriad of safety risks - from working alone to confined spaces to slips, trips and falls.

2. Learn the reasons connected workers reduce operational spend by 8.5% and connected wearables increase productivity by 8%.

3. Get pro tips from our experience working with the majority of water and wastewater authorities in the UK to protect over 10,000 workers.


Simon Rich, Sales Director – Europe

Blackline Safety

Simon has over 25 years of industrial safety and gas detection sales experience in progressive roles with Honeywell, Drager and ICI Chemicals. Simon has secured a series of significant deals in the water and wastewater vertical which has seen over half of the UK’s water authorities partner with Blackline. 

Julian Jarvis, Zone Manager - UK, Ireland & Scandinavia

Blackline Safety

Julian has extensive experience in gas detection with over 20 years in the manufacturing and engineering of safety instrumentation. Julian’s knowledge of industrial safety, particularly the water and wastewater industry, is second to none.


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