The organisations we work with want to protect their workers' health over the long-term. Whether it's monitoring exposure to risks such as HAV, noise or dust or keeping workers safe through social distancing or exclusion zones.
Because guesswork comes at a cost.
Even with all the right training, it's hard to know just how closely everyone is following health and safety protocols. Individuals taking more risk than you want could be damaging their health, and unchecked exposure can lead to litigation down the line.
We believe immediate and long-term gains require a shift towards prevention rather than simply compliance. By measuring what's happening, you can tailor your controls faster, engineer out risk and actively protect your employees' health in the workplace.
An eco-system fit for workplace health.
Using our electronic, environmental and data engineering expertise we've built an eco-system of tough workplace wearables supporting a wide range of health risk sensors. By linking to cloud-based data analytics you can now reimagine risk control.
Use technology to drive change
No matter what the risk, the challenge is always to move away from a reliance on short term controls of 'last resort' towards those focused on prevention.
But until now, it's not always been easy to gather accurate and timely data from multiple places to inform decisions impacting 'top-level' controls.
Our workplace wearables provide immediate feedback to those exposed to risk at work, whilst the data gathered brings you greater insight. The insight to find efficiencies and successfully determine the most feasible and effective controls.
Andrew Jones, SHEQ Assistant
Currall Lewis & Martin Construction Ltd
What has impressed me personally the most is the support we have received and continue to receive from the support Team.
Bradley Allen, HSQE Manager
“The Reactec data has provided the company with many other insights which include understanding which tools are over used to improve maintenance planning and tool rotation but also which tools are surplus to requirements. This has helped to understand tool requirements over the lifecycle of a project and to more efficiently plan future tool deployment. An example is on current project at Battersea Power Station where we can track more accurately tool requirements from breaking out which required the use of mainly numerous breakers but later moved on to a heavier use of jigsaw cutters. Basically within weeks of deployment of the Reactec HAVWEAR system we have gained visibility on how to further reduce HAV exposure risk and to save on maintenance and hire cost”.
Keith Prince, Business Unit HS&E Leader
"Reactec’s technology is particularly beneficial if you have got high-risk tasks or workers exposed to multiple vibration sources in the same day. If employers need confidence that their risk management measures are working effectively, in those situations it becomes too complex to do it manually"
Vicky Cook, Safety Adviser, Corporate Safety Advice
Nottingham City Council
"Nottingham City Council is a large and varied organisation with staff based all around the city. We needed a more accurate way of managing our vibration exposure levels, whilst keeping the methods straight forward and user friendly - Reactec has provided the solution. We can see that the data we are able to obtain will help us manage services and work activities in a much more sophisticated way than before. It also has the potential for additional benefits such as identifying business cases for tool purchasing and other workforce investments".
We pride ourselves in both ensuring our technology offers compliance, and challenging the limitations of old standards to influence improvement. We maintain an open dialogue with the HSE and HSE Laboratories and participate on the ISO standards working groups. Our subject matter experts regularly support industry discussion by participating in a variety of occupational health conferences.
With Reactec Analytics you have a new in-house expert.
Tap into an intuitive dashboard of information without the need for costly outside interpretation. With Reactec Analytics, members of your team become the experts.
- Automatic transfer of live health risk data from the field
- Single platform view of multiple sources
- Rapidly identify sources of exposure and prioritise high risk areas
- Easy access to data to refine and better design controls
- Review effectiveness of controls faster
- Fully auditable and precedent set for use in defending civil claims.
Better extrapolate than never.
We're so confident you'll see immediate value we will support you on your journey. Start with a manageable sample. Then either extrapolate the data to aid your decisions, or scale up as and when you want. Here are some of the ways you might use the data:
Informing decisions on
- Alternative work methods
- Equipment selection
- Maintenance & purchasing policy
- Employee competency
- Asset utilisation
- Control measures
Endorsed by the Institute of Occupational Medicine (IOM)
The IOM conducted an independent review into the validity of Reactec's HAVWEAR technology as a tool to inform HAV risk assessments. Watch this video to hear a discussion of the results or download their report below.
Deploy With Confidence
We pride our selves in wanting to ensure that customers gain the best possible value from investing in Reactec's technology. From your initial engagement to Reactec we will advise on how best to deploy and then support you through the life of the products with a host of advise and training materials on not just how to use our equipment but how to be Prevention Engineers in your workplace.
Reactec have over 20 years' heritage of taking workplace wearables into arduous environments and seamlessly yet robustly managing critical personal health exposure data. All data management is GDPR compliant and is stored and transferred between devices in a robust and resilient way with the very latest encryption technologies. Both internally and with external authorities, we robustly and continuously validate the resilience and reliability of what we do.