How to drive gas detection safety from anywhere

Supplied by MSA Australia on Tuesday, 22 June, 2021


Safety professionals can lead worker safety initiatives across sites separated by tens, hundreds and even thousands of kilometres. The COVID-19 pandemic introduced new safety management challenges, however, as many safety professionals themselves were asked to work off-site while their essential worker colleagues continued to report to the worksite.

Learn how to start your journey into connected safety. Discover how to regain control of your gas detection program, uncover safety training opportunities and drive individual accountability even when working remotely.


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