Smart digital monitoring systems for occupational safety and health: types, roles and objectives


The advancement and increasing accessibility of digital tools and technologies have led to the emergence of digital OSH monitoring systems. These can further prevent worker exposure to risks by providing comprehensive and accurate data unavailable via traditional OSH monitoring methods.

This policy brief highlights the importance of a clear definition of digital OSH monitoring systems. Furthermore, it discusses their benefits and potential challenges to employers and employees alike, underscoring the importance of workforce participation in their adoption and implementation.  

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