The NSC Safety Conference & Expo, an annual event organized by the National Safety Council, is an essential platform for safety professionals worldwide. The event aims to create safer work environments and communities through thought leadership, education, and advocacy. As Litum, we are pleased to confirm our participation in the conference this year, scheduled for October 23-25, 2023, at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA.
Where to Find Us
Litum will be present at Booth #4513. Attendees are invited to join us for live demonstrations to explore how our technologies can be tailored to meet specific organizational safety needs.
Reflecting on the 2022 Conference
Our attendance at the 2022 NSC Safety Conference & Expo in San Diego was a valuable experience, offering interaction with industry professionals and the opportunity to showcase our Real-Time Location System (RTLS) solutions. These interactions have been crucial in guiding our ongoing research and development.
Leveraging RTLS for Enhanced Safety
Employee engagement in safety remains a perennial challenge, one that is substantially mitigated by user-friendly and efficacious technology. Designed to furnish a comprehensive digital view of all human and vehicle movements, Litum’s RTLS solutions are particularly crucial in a variety of settings — ranging from industrial locations fraught with hazardous materials to expansive warehouses.
In industrial settings, for example, our systems enforce geofencing rules and safety restrictions, thereby mitigating accident risks and adding an additional layer of security. Meanwhile, within warehouse operations, our technology uniquely incorporates automated speed adjustments for forklifts, contingent on their proximity to other vehicles or pedestrians. This focus on situational awareness contributes to a significant reduction in collision-related incidents.
By comprehending the nuanced challenges specific to these different contexts, our RTLS services can deliver a more targeted approach to safety. Beyond that, our technology aids in comprehensive risk management by continuously monitoring both human activity and heavy machinery in high-risk zones, thereby enabling the immediate identification of unsafe conditions. These features not only minimize human error but also facilitate regulatory compliance through robust data storage and reporting capabilities.
As we look forward to the NSC Safety Conference & Expo 2023, we remain committed to contributing to the dialogue around enhancing workplace safety and learning from industry experts. Updates and key takeaways from the conference will be available on our website and social media channels for those unable to attend.
We invite attendees to join us at our booth for discussions that will undoubtedly influence safety practices for years to come.