Redefining Workplace Safety with advanced technology, fostering a secure and productive work environment.
Our 3 Steps Approach
PMF (Prevent – Monitor – Feed forward)
OptiSol’s safety assurance approach is a continuous, three-step process designed to ensure the well-being of clients and their employees. The approach starts with personalized training in occupational safety and health, fostering a culture of safety within the organization. This is followed by continuous monitoring to track the implementation of safety practices on the job floor. Finally, data analytics are used to identify areas for improvement, allowing for tailored training programs for each employee. This cycle ensures ongoing safety and security in the workplace, making OptiSol a reliable partner in safeguarding your organization.
We are committed to advancing safety standards through innovative solutions. Our utilization of AI, Computer Vision, and XR technologies has resulted in integrated safety training and hazard prevention modules designed to foster a culture of safety within your organization
How it Works
As an integral aspect of its approach, OptiSol has incorporated ongoing, personalized Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) training through AR/VR technology to promote a culture of safety and well-being within daily operations.
VR Training: Quick Glimpse
ML based Continuous
Our comprehensive Machine Learning-based Continuous PPE Monitoring solutions, are designed to enhance safety and compliance across diverse work environments, from manufacturing to healthcare, using state-of-the-art computer vision technology.
Posture analysis &
Injury Prevention for
Gear Adherence for
Equipment Usage for
Activity Recognition /
AI driven Data
We harness the power of continuous monitoring data to identify personalized areas for employee growth and tailor training programs, all while making Data Analytics the linchpin of a feedback loop that drives ongoing enhancements.
Why Prioritize Workplace Safety in High-Risk Environments?
Workplace accidents and incidents not only cost heavily to big companies and directly affect their bottom-line, it also has a direct impact on human life
of North American businesses admit if they don’t improve their health and safety culture, they’ll lose skilled workers to better-performing organizations
of European organizations said they could lose business to competitors who can better demonstrate HSE; they also believe lack of it will affect their brand
of European professionals find it difficult to extract meaningful data after an incident has occurred
The need of the hour is to ensure that we have data-driven safety culture across an organization