Mining Publication: Technology News 557 - EVADE 2.0 Software Helps Identify Hazardous Exposures
Original creation date: March 2017
The EVADE 2.0 software is now available from NIOSH as part of the Helmet-CAM system to help identify hazardous exposures in workplace environments. The software synchronizes playback of video clips and data from almost any type of data logger to allow safety and health personnel to identify the tasks, machines, and locations associated with high exposures. Armed with this knowledge, supervisory personnel can then take actions to reduce or eliminate these identified exposure sources.
Authors: GP Cole, W Helfrich
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