• Safety wearables offer a lifeline for industrial workers
    Blackline Safety’s G7c personal gas monitor

Environmental Laboratory

Safety wearables offer a lifeline for industrial workers

May 19 2021

With direct communication, built-in GPS, cellular connectivity and more, Blackline Safety’s G7c personal gas monitoris a true lifeline for industrial workers. From lone worker monitoring and personal gas detection, it is the only connected safety wearable in the world with such comprehensive capabilities. 

 From providing real-time worker visibility and a comprehensive view of your worksite, to delivering trustworthy protection through poison-immune flammable gas monitoring, G7c ensures no worker is left behind. Its automated check-ins, fall and no-motion detection, bump tests, calibration, gas detection capability and more gives you full control and peace of mind.

With G7c, help is always available. Through its SOS latch, two-way voice and text communication, and push-to-talk capabilities, Blackline’s 24/7 Safety Monitoring Centre is always nearby, ensuring the wellbeing of your team.

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