Dan graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a degree in Business, Economics and Social Studies in 2017. He subsequently founded Better Examinations, an online exam management, proctoring and eAssessment platform for third level institutes. The company was acquired by TerminalFour in 2019 with a growing portfolio of products. Dan was named in the Sunday Business Post 30 under 30 tech leaders alongside Better Examinations which was named in their top 100 start-ups list. Previously, he’s a winner of the Trinity College & Blackstone LaunchBox Accelerator Program as well as Accenture’s leaders of tomorrow accelerator.Connect on LinkedIn
Maximizing workplace safety: How AI can improve KPIs
In this blog post, we'll explore four safety KPIs that can help you move from reactive to proactive monitoring of occupational safety and health (OSH) and the benefits of using AI to collect meaningful and accurate KPIs.
Accelerating OHS Accreditation with the Power of AI and Computer Vision
In this blog, we explore how AI and computer vision can play a proactive role in supporting OHS accreditation under the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) model, helping organizations to achieve their accreditation goals efficiently and effectively.
5 Ways AI/Computer Vision Is Reducing Risk in Warehousing
In this article, we'll be exploring five ways in which computer vision can make warehousing and logistics safer for workers. From detecting collisions to spotting unauthorized movements.
Getting Senior Management Buy-In for your AI Safety Software Project
Getting approvals from senior management to implement a new AI safety software project can be difficult, but definitely not impossible...
How AI can improve your safety KPIs
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are measurable values, used to monitor progress on specific business objectives. KPIs are often described against headcount, for example as a number of events per 100,000 people, or against working hours, for example per one million hours worked. This makes KPIs comparable between different organisations or parts of the same organisation and over time. A survey of over 600 safety specialists found that the most measured safety KPI is reported accidents and injuries.
Changing perceptions of AI amongst EHS pro's key takeaways
Have you missed our recent webinar on Changing Perceptions of AI Amongst EHS Pro's? Have a look at the key points discussed below.
Protex AI EHS perceptions of AI survey findings
In October 2022. Nearly 400 people responded to the survey that Protex AI developed in order to gain insight into the perceptions of AI & computer Vision in the EHS industry - Here are the findings;
Look and learn - Cases where CCTV evidence was critical in the prosecutions.
Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is widely used to control access to safeguard lone workers and to provide out-of-hours surveillance. When there is a crime or a serious accident, the authorities will require all relevant CCTV images to be made available. Here are two cases where CCTV evidence was critical in the prosecutions.
Artificial Intelligence - From nice to have to need to have!
How much must you do to keep people safe and healthy? Here we break down the concept of reasonably practicable and measures that are becoming reasonably practical in the EHS industry.
5 ways COVID-19 accelerated AI in the workplace
Here are five ways AI was applied during the pandemic -– along with the impact these approaches are having on the post-COVID workplace.
Marks and Spencer reduced incidents by 80% in their first 10 weeks of deployment
Learn how Protex AI helped Marks & Spencer, a leading British retailer, in increasing site visibility and reducing incidents by 80% in the first 10 weeks of deployment!
Protex AI introduces new EcoOnline integration
The new Protex AI integration with EcoOnline makes it easier than ever to make data-informed safety decisions using computer vision.
Getting senior management buy-In for your safety AI project
Following these three steps will help you convince decision-makers to invest in the purchase of beneficial Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies.
How AI could alter EHS training forever
Virtual reality is being used for EHS training by companies with considerable training budgets. However, VR is not yet widely used, due in part to the high expense and experience constraints. Some of these limits can be overcome by combining AI and VR.
AI v Human - The future role of EHS managers
We believe humans and AI should not compete, but work together to build safer workplaces.
How to use AI to promote a proactive safety culture
We understand building a proactive safety culture isn’t easy, learn how AI can help.
The technology-led safety revolutions
When you think of the word safety, what comes to your mind?