Organizational operations have been continually disrupted by shortages of PPE and other health and safety goods since the COVID-19 pandemic began. SCRC Executive Director Rob Handfield recently co-authored an article that outlines four levels of preparedness organizations can strive for to improve their responsiveness and awareness in order to prevent such disruptions from happening again.
Everactive, a specialist in wireless, batteryless Industrial Internet of Things systems, launched its Machine Health Monitoring solution, designed to deliver real-time, maintenance-free insights into the health of rotating equipment, such as motors, pumps, fans, and compressors. Everactive’s wireless sensor network operates without batteries, instead using the company’s proprietary Eversensors, which are powered exclusively from
Increasing awareness among employers and organizations, along with the rising adoption of supporting technologies, has undeniably helped reduce the number of workplace incidents…however, increasingly stringent regulations and rising penalties have been one of the major driving forces in the evolution of occupational health and safety compliance globally. Source link
Executives from Intermountain Healthcare, Cleveland Clinic, Stanford Health Care, Ochsner Health System, Sinai Health System, University of Miami, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Yale New Haven Health and more will convene at the highly anticipated 14th Annual Health Care Supply Chain Summit on January 27-28, 2020 in New Orleans, LA. Organized by Word Congress with strategic
An internationally recognized healthcare network, Baptist Health South Florida currently has 10 hospitals as well as more than 100 physician practices and outpatient facilities, spanning four counties—from Palm Beach to the Florida Keys. Shortly after starting up a new 157,000-square-foot distribution network in 2014, the healthcare network’s operations and IT teams began to investigate its