GPS Device monitors safety of staff working alone

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A report today on the Water World site describes how American Water has contracted for a system to help reduce risk to its employees and facilities. The system allows employees working alone to send out manual alarms when needed and includes automated alerts that can detect when an employee is in trouble and deploy emergency services.

To view the full article, please follow the link to Water World.

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