HAV risk mobile App &
Bluetooth enabled HAVwear

Timely intervention in the field

 
Monitor your team's HAV exposure to identify & address risk in real-time.
 
Benefits
  • Incremental improvements in HAV risk management
  • Supports behavioural change 
  • Real-time assessment of risk
  • Timely intervention instead of at a later date
  • Address issues from poor tool use or performance, work planning and project design
     
PLEASE NOTE: 
  • "Reactec Live" mobile App available at the Apple itunes Store 
  • Bluetooth enabled HAVwear are identified by a Bluetooth logo under the HAVwear logo.
 

 

 
 
 
 
Encourages both tool operator and supervisor to participate in risk reduction activities and increases awareness.

 

The new Bluetooth feature on the HAVwear device allows supervisors and others to see, at a glance, the status of co-workers’ exposure risk at any time via an app on their smartphone.  This enables real time assessment of risk and facilitates early intervention, allowing issues around tool rotation or tool performance to be addressed without delay. These interventions are an essential part of a company’s continual risk reduction plan, allowing an unprecedented level of proactive involvement through this enhanced ability to monitor individual exposure.

 

 

 

Simple and powerful to use
 
 

Daily exposure levels

Quickly and simply view the status of all employees HAV exposure levels.

 

Operator Exposure detail

View an individuals  exposure action thresholds, current exposure and when exposure to vibration began.

 

Device charge summary

Check the battery charge level of devices.

 

Device detail

Select a device for details on when it was signed out, battery charge and hardware ID.

 

Testimonial:

Historic Scotland - Andrew Nisbet, Works Manager

“We have introduced the HAVmeters at our sites along the Antonine Wall before rolling it out at our other properties. These sites require constant grounds maintenance and the meters allow us to ensure that staff are not being exposed to excessive levels of vibration. We regularly assess our staff exposure but the meters allow us an extra degree of safety by alerting our teams when the overuse of equipment could be harmful. We have just started using the meters as our summer season starts and will be monitoring the results that they produce. We have found them easy to put in place. They will now be rolled out to teams across other properties, including some of the most famous historic landmarks in the country.”