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|Available Outside the UK?||Yes|
The HAVi Watch combines Smart Watch Technology with Bluetooth Connectivity to create a technologically advanced method of HAV risk management, making vibration risks a thing of the past. The HAVi Watch is simple for everyone involved, including tool operators, site supervisors and management.
The operator knows that a HAVi Watch is to be used on a specific task. It is picked up and tested to make sure that it is able to synchronise with every tool that is to be used on the task. All the relevant details, instructions, reminders and other pertinent information will be available to the operator via the HAVi Watch. The watch is checked out to the operator.
The watch is then synchronised to the tool. The operator presses the button on the side and holds it close to the HAVi meter fixed onto the tool. When fully synchronised the operator wears / uses the watch in whatever fashion is best suited to tackling the job. They are now ready to safely commence work, regardless of layers of PPE, the watch will be fully functional.
When the first job is completed and another tool is required, the operator simply synchronises the watch again and is ready to continue. It knows that the HSE points it is counting are to be allocated to the same user and the work can continue with the minimum of fuss and no wasted time.
At the end of the day or at the end of several days (whichever is most convenient) the data collected by the watch can be transferred to a mobile device via Bluetooth. At the discretion of the user, this data can then be securely hosted using cloud technology. (HAVi Total)
Producing reports, is made easy, as is the analysis of the data. Whether hard copies, automated emails or simply viewing online is required, exposure data for tools, individuals or general trends for the project as a whole can be generated in clear, lucid, detail.
These reports can extend to encompass improvements in how project schedules are drawn up and how tool selections are decided in future operations.