Connected Worker 


Turning personal risk data into actionable intelligence

Monitor and assess health and safety risks by aggregating data from multiple monitoring systems into one ecosystem.


The connected worker is a ubiquitous term that can mean different things to different people. Put simply, it is about connecting those responsible to their employees when physically separated from them. This concept has been at the heart of Reactec’s technology from the very beginning. A fundamental approach encompasses every application that Reactec address – gather personal health risk data in a robust and secure manner and make it accessible. This is the essence of the connected worker and yet not easy in today’s demands from GDPR.


Reactec Analytics System


At the heart of Reactec’s offering is a tried and tested data analytics package which already serves over 16,000 users. The Reactec Analytics is both flexible and scalable to grow with your needs as you start the journey into the connected worker.



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Connected Worker Applications

Our connected worker appliations include:

For more information, contact a member of our team on 0131 221 0930 or email





Connected Worker Applications



Brochure Video Datasheet




Why industry needs to go further in the fight against HAVS.

Download the report by a leading industry journalist on the impact of HAVS in industry.




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Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome: the hidden risk to our workforce

The Telegraph newspaper interview with Reactec on HAVS risk the FM sector.

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Interlink M74 Project - David Teasdale, Site Foreman

“I couldn’t believe the HAVmeter could survive those conditions. When we saw it slip into a flooded cavity, we thought we’d never see it again. However, when we found it again two months later, we just took it out, wiped it down, and carried on using it. It is a very impressive and resilient piece of technology.”