The Business Times: How sensor technology helps construction workers stay safe during a pandemic

Ensuring safety at the workplace isn’t easy even during the best of times. With the pandemic, a new set of challenges is thrown into the picture. Construction firms reopening sites in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic need to take additional precautions to prevent and curb the spread of Covid-19.

They set up work zones, segregate employees and appoint safe management officers (SMO) to enforce safe distancing and other safety measures. Some companies have come up with visual aids, such as helmets and harnesses in different colours for the various work zones to enforce the new safety requirements.

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