November 2, 2023

Engaging Frontline Workers with Technology: Unlocking a Culture of Safety with a Smart Device

Time: EST

Time: 14:00(GTM)

In recent years, safety technology has transitioned from the desktop to the workers’ frontline. Now, more than ever, mobile applications allow workforces to remain efficient and active as partners in an organisation’s safety programme. Whether workers are together, spread across different job sites, or at home, mobile applications make it easy to engage in real-time, maintain conversation, and manage important data input.

In this webinar Scott Gaddis, Intelex’s VP Health & Safety, will cover:

  • The evolution of safety culture and where technology can overcome programme challenges
  • Who the ‘next generation worker’ is and how mobile will be instrumental in gaining their engagement
  • Proven success of mobile applications that keep the work environment safe and more compliant
  • A practitioner’s view on how to begin their mobile journey

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Scott Gaddis
Vice President, Global Practice Leader – Safety and Health at Intelex
Scott is vice president, global practice leader, safety and health, for Intelex Technologies in Toronto. He leads integration of the EHSQ Alliance in thought leadership and building partnerships with key clients and other top influencers in EHS. Scott is responsible for the engagement of EHS professionals across the globe to provide a platform for sharing information and collectively driving solutions that mitigate workplace loss. In addition, he works internally with the sales and marketing teams to further increase EHS capability and knowledge that supports Intelex customers. Before joining Intelex, he was vice president, global environment, health and safety for Coveris High Performance Packaging Co. in Chicago. Before that, he spent five years as executive director of global EHS for Bristol Myers Squibb and 18 years with the Kimberly-Clark Corp. in various senior EHS leadership roles, ending as global director of occupational safety and health. He also spent five years with GE.