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  • Getting employees to wear and use their safety gear can be a challenge for many safety managers. That’s why Honeywell applies innovation and advanced technology to fulfill this critical need. Engineers and innovators at our 16 research and development centres around the world use cutting-edge ergonomics, connectivity, and human factors engineering to create the industry’s most comfortable and functional safety solutions. By applying these scientific approaches to equipment design, we have maximised ease of use, performance, and user satisfaction while reducing stress and fatigue. The result: stylish, pleasing safety solutions that employees are happy to wear.

    Example: Scientists at Honeywell Safety Products' Technology Centre in China apply human factors engineering concepts in the development of more comfortable, usable personal protective equipment.

    Introducing analytic and diagnostic technologies


    Safety managers need information that helps them to evaluate safety equipment usage and performance. Honeywell Safety Products is the first to introduce exciting analytic and diagnostic technologies that monitor and collect the data that supports an informed safety culture. Through tracking, analysis, and feedback, safety managers can identify the factors that impact safety product utilisation and performance, thereby spending more time on leadership and less time on enforcement.

    Example: Development engineers design Honeywell ESP™-enabled products, such as Miller fall protection and Honeywell eyewash, which have detailed product information embedded into the equipment for asset tracking and performance diagnostics. The goal: to provide safety solutions that pre-empt incidents before they occur, reducing injury rates and improving productivity.