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Showing connected safety solutions

03 April 2023

BLACKLINE SAFETY is returning to The Health & Safety Event, which takes place on 25-27 April 2023 at the NEC Birmingham.

The show brings together thousands of health and safety professionals from across the UK to explore the very latest innovations in the sector. Blackline Safety Europe’s team of connected safety specialists will be on stand 3/A50 showcasing their connected safety wearables, personal and area gas monitors, cloud-connected software and data analytics—all designed to meet demanding safety challenges and enhance efficiency.

Connected gas safety and emergency monitoring specialist, Miriam O’Connell manages Blackline Safety’s portfolio of 24/7 emergency monitoring solutions across Europe. Miriam is a featured speaker in The Lone Worker Theatre and will be leading the educational session, “Wellbeing and the Isolation & Stress implications of lone working” on Thursday 27 April at 1.10pm. 

At The Health & Safety Event, attendees will have the opportunity to explore Blackline’s connected safety solutions, including:

  • Introducing the all-new G6. With cloud connectivity and data insights, the G6 wearable single-gas detector helps you quickly respond to — and prevent — safety incidents and manage compliance. Designed to be long-lasting, durable, and future proof, G6 has an industry-leading battery life of up to one year, and the device has a four-year lifespan—more than twice that of disposable, single-gas devices—reducing environmental impact.

  • G7 EXO Area Monitor, a portable area gas monitor that offers flexibility, a broad sensor portfolio to better monitor and model gas releases and versatile mounting systems for placement anywhere. G7 EXO also offers an optional satellite module for use in areas with poor cellular connectivity, and real-time gas plume modelling in partnership with Vlahi Systems for accurate and automated mapping.

  • G7 Personal Wearables. From lone worker monitoring to multi-gas detection, Blackline Safety’s G7 is a convenient, versatile, and easy-to-use wearable device with cellular connectivity. G7 wearables offer features including no-motion detection, true fall detection, missed check-ins, an emergency latch and much more. Automatic over-the-air firmware updates help ensure compliance without the need for manual checks. 

  • Blackline Live & Blackline Analytics software bring Blackline Safety’s solutions together, providing the real-time information you need to save lives and build a stronger safety programme.

For product demonstrations and information kits, visit Blackline Safety at The Health & Safety Event on stand 3/A50, NEC Birmingham. Can’t make it? Discover Blackline Safety’s products virtually at www.BlacklineSafety.com/demo.