Artificial Intelligence


Using AI sensors on-the-job to reduce lost time injuries

As part of its safety processes, Wincanton wanted to be able to give movement training to colleagues whilst on the job so they could learn how they were moving whilst working rather than only in a classroom setting... Read More

Karl Simons – one year at FYLD

After just over one year at FYLD, characterised by impressive growth and substantial gains in health, safety and productivity of field workers, Karl Simons sat down with SHP to share his experiences so far and his hopes for the future… Read More

FYLD wins two awards at Energy Innovation Awards

FYLD, an AI-driven digital platform which powers productivity for field teams, has won two awards at the Energy Innovation Awards, powered by the EIC. Read More

How AI impacts health and safety – the future of digital operations

We hear from Benjamin Legg, Global Corporate Health, Safety and Wellbeing Director at Ferrovial – a global operator of sustainable Read More

Ethical impact of AI on health, safety and wellbeing

Across industry, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) has become a key feature of the technological revolution in workplace safety, health and wellbeing. Read More

The role of digital construction technology in improving fire safety and inspections

Matt Ryan explains how digital tools are providing the next step in fire safety inspection and compliance. Read More

How video analytics is improving operations and safety in logistics and manufacturing

Anton Wintersteller, Senior Business Development Manager at Security & Safety Things, explores how AI and video analytics in surveillance cameras are being used to improve manufacturing and logistics processes – improving both business operations and employee safety. Read More

‘I can influence worker safety at a scale I could not previously have achieved’, tech safety firm appoints Karl Simons OBE

Karl Simons, OBE, sits down exclusively with SHP to speak about his new role at tech start-up, FYLD. Read More

Protecting the most vulnerable from fire risk

Nick Rutter, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at FireAngel takes a look at how connected technology can help improve fire safety for disabled people. Read More

Time to take a remote approach to fire safety

Ian Ballinger, Head of Projects and Certification at FireAngel, explores the benefits of following the principles of the Draft Building Safety Bill by procuring connected fire safety technologies that successfully future-proof an entire housing portfolio through the facilitation of a ‘Golden thread’ of digital building information that is accessible in real time by all necessary individuals. Read More



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