The importance of seafarer health and wellbeing cannot be underestimated, particularly when it comes to safety within the maritime industry.
How do you know if crew are fit, well rested and ready to perform? Technology may be used to sound the alarm when people are potentially tired, and their performance could create risk. Using data on workload management, geofence alerts etc. can identify people in high-risk situations and help supervisors identify patterns of performance and isolate risk hotspots. The leading indicators captured can be used for operational compliance and continuous risk assessments.
Technology can also be used to detect problems either with health and wellbeing or activities that may compromise safety. From fatigue to keeping track of potential heat exposure or the location of impending hazards.
That is when SOL-X crew connected wellbeing reporting can improve efficacy of wellbeing programs enabled by near real time feedback from vessel to shore. It can also redesign or make improvements to vessels infrastructure in terms of fleet-wide information on locations where heat stress, high hazard zones need to be addressed.
Stay tune as we unveil more soon.