Blackline Safety to Unveil Disruptive Connected Wearable at NSC Safety Congress & Expo
Trailblazer of connected safety sets new standard in single-gas detection with the launch of its latest technology for industrial workers
Blackline Safety Corp. (TSX: BLN) , a global leader in connected safety technology, today announced it will unveil the G6 single-gas detector – setting a new standard in connected worker wearables – at the upcoming National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo, to be held September 19-21 at the San Diego Convention Center.
“The challenge was how to bring the increased safety and operational performance of connected safety to scenarios where workers typically use disposable detectors that last only a couple of years,” said Cody Slater, CEO and Chair, Blackline Safety.
“G6’s long-lasting connectivity gives progressive, safety-focused industrial workplaces the technology they need to harness vital safety data and respond quickly to incidents—with minimal effort.”
At NSC, Blackline will give attendees a firsthand look at the most disruptive solutions for connected safety available today, featuring:
New Product Launch – G6 Wearable Single-Gas Detector: A first look at Blackline’s latest innovation for oil and gas, petrochemical and other industrial workplaces, enabling fast incident response time, better safety and compliance, long-lasting connectivity and improved efficiency—all in one cloud-connected device.
Professional Development Discussion – Linking EHS to ESG, Tuesday September 20, 2-3 pm PST, Room 29 D: An opportunity for safety leaders to learn how global brands like L’Oreal and Repsol are leveraging data and technology to demonstrate environmental, social and governance (ESG) impact and help environmental, health and safety (EHS) become part of the business strategy conversation. Panelists include Laynnea Myles, Assistant VS, EH&S, L’Oreal; Jennifer Ward, S&E Systems Lead Supervisor, Repsol; and Sean Stinson, Chief Growth Officer, Blackline Safety.