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Let’s Get Connected – The How and Why of Connected Safety

February 17, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


The Internet of Things (IoT) has paved a rapid path in how we interconnect using computing devices that send and receive data. There’s little debate that we are better informed today through our connected devices like laptops, phones, cars, and even our kitchen appliances than ever before.  Such technology growth has changed how we live, spend our personal time, work, and yes, how we safely connect and protect the worker.

Have you ever wished that you had a better view into how your teams are working in the field with respect to safety?  Have you been trying to improve your response time to and better manage incidents? Would sharing data between independent safety systems lighten your work load?  Are you looking to improve your safety program overall?  If any of these are true, then you need to attend this webinar presented by Scott Gaddis of Intelex and Dave Wagner of Industrial Scientific.

This webinar will focus on how connected safety increases the ability to maintain compliance, increase system capacity, improve employee behavior, and leverage the practitioner’s opportunity to lead programs more effectively and efficiently.  Our time together will focus on the importance of using technology for connecting the worker directly to the safety and health management system by collecting data in real-time using cloud-based software and technology-enabled devices.

In this webinar you will learn

  • The benefits of adopting a connected safety program,
  • How connected safety will give you better insight to working conditions and incidents as the occur, not after the fact,
  • How to improve your response to and use data to help eliminate workplace accidents,
  • How data from independent systems can merged to create more efficient processes, and, most importantly,
  • How you can start to get your safety program connected.


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1wScott Gaddis, VP and Global Practice Leader EHS, Intelex
Scott Gaddis is VP and Global Practice Leader for EHS at Intelex, providing thought leadership and building partnerships with top influencers in EHS, working with professionals across the globe to deliver a platform for sharing information and collectively driving solutions that mitigate workplace loss. Scott has more than 25 years in EHS leadership experience in heavy manufacturing, pharmaceuticals and packaging. Before joining Intelex, Scott served as vice president, EHS for Coveris High Performance Packaging, executive director of EHS at Bristol-Myers Squibb and global leader for Occupational Safety and Health at Kimberly-Clark Corp.

2wDavid D. Wagner, Director of Applications, Engineering and Product Knowledge, Industrial Scientific Corporation
Dave Wagner is Director of Applications Engineering & Product Knowledge for Industrial Scientific Corporation. He has been extensively involved with the development and application of portable gas monitoring instruments and the development of innovative solutions to complex gas monitoring problems since joining the company in 1986. Dave is a member of the AIHA Real Time Detection Systems Committee and serves on the NFPA 350 committee creating a best practice guide for confined space entry.  Dave earned his BS in Electrical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University and holds a Master of Science degree in Management and Technology from Carlow University in Pittsburgh.

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February 17, 2021
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm




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