Bravo Target Safety announced a partnership with Blackline Safety, and will be deploying 250 of Blackline Safety’s G7c emergency response devices.
From its seven locations in Alberta, including one in Fort McMurray, Bravo Target Safety serves clients in the energy, chemical, mining and construction industries across Western Canada.
Blackline Safety’s G7c is a wearable safety device that uses 3G cellular networks to wirelessly connect front-line workers, who often working alone, to live monitoring centers. The devices automatically detecting gases, injuries as well as other hazard and accounts for employees’ wellbeing and whereabouts in real-time.
“We are committed to keeping our teams safe when working on maintenance projects,” says Kevin O’Brien, CEO, Bravo Target Safety. “When we set out to connect our personnel using safety technology, we quickly identified G7c as the most innovative solution of its kind on the market.”
All safety incidents are communicated to 24/7 live monitoring personnel who can mobilize responders to the employee’s exact location or trigger an evacuation. Two-way voice calling, constant connectivity and real-time alerting provide exceptional situational awareness to efficiently manage emergency responses.
This partnership makes Bravo Target Safety the first company in the world to use G7c for industrial turnaround projects.