Across The Wire

  1. Terminal Railroad selects CloudMoyo Operational Testing System For Railroad Safety And FRA Compliance

    Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis (TRRA) and CloudMoyo (CM) announced today that TRRA has selected the CloudMoyo Operational Testing System (OTS) for implementation across all locations in order to ensure safety and regulatory compliance.

  2. ENA-Supported Workplace Violence Bill Passed By House Of Representatives

    The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday made a definitive statement of support for the safety of health care workers when it voted to approve The Workplace Violence Prevention for Health Care and Social Services Act of 2019 – a bill strongly backed by the Emergency Nurses Association.

  3. UL Launches OSHA Authorized General Industry Outreach Training

    UL, a leading global safety science company, in collaboration with Environmental Health & Safety Association for High Technology (SESHA), is releasing a first of its kind General Industry 10-hour outreach training course, designed for the semiconductor and high-tech industries.

  4. Helping To Save Lives In The Workplace One Company At A Time

    ComplyWorks Ltd. - a leader in compliance management solutions - is pleased to announce four new employers who have joined their network and purchased ComplyWorks' Compliance Management Solution (CMS) to help manage their growing compliance needs.

  5. Embrace2 By Empatica Used By NEC In Revolutionary Employee Health Study

    MIT spin-off and AI pioneers Empatica have partnered with NEC Corporation, the Japanese multinational information and network technology company, to use their wrist-worn medical device, Embrace2, in a revolutionary initiative to allow employees to monitor their stress levels using AI and smart wearables.

  6. Autodesk And AGC To Provide Construction Industry With Custom-Fitting Safety Harnesses For Women

    According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), falls are the leading cause of private sector worker fatalities in the construction industry.

  7. Advanced Technology In Safety Takes Center Stage At NYSE As MSA Safety Hosts Its 2019 Investor Day

    As a 105-year-old company that enlisted Thomas Edison to develop the first electric cap lamp for miners – an innovation that saved tens of thousands of lives - MSA Safety (NYSE: MSA) continues to develop game-changing technology that raises the bar when it comes to workplace safety.

  8. Trimble Announces Availability Of The XR10 With HoloLens 2, A Next-Generation Mixed-Reality Solution For Front-Line Workers In Safety-Controlled Environments

    Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) announced today that it is now taking orders for the Trimble® XR10 with HoloLens 2 system, a worksite-ready mixed-reality solution that enables workers to visualize 3D data on project sites for easier and more efficient planning, collaboration and reporting.

  9. Teamsters Applaud Passage Of Landmark Legislation To Reform NYC's Private Carting Industry

    The New York City Council today passed landmark legislation to reform the city's private carting industry. For the past six years, the Teamsters Union has worked with a diverse coalition of groups to push this legislation forward and fundamentally transform New York City's private carting industry.

  10. Motorola Solutions’ Next Generation APX NEXT Smart Radio Brings New Intelligence And Technology To Public Safety

    Motorola Solutions recently announced the launch of APX NEXT, its next-generation mission-critical Project 25 (P25) public safety radio with LTE for enhanced communications and data-centric application services.