What if you could visualize and analyze the specific movements and physical effort of your teams? Get the data you need to support employee health, pinpoint needed process improvements, share best practices, improve forecasting and more.
Why go with FactorWear?
Monitor body position and move-
ment to understand the impact of
activities on the bodies and
long-term health of your people.
Understand the energy spend during the day and how teams are reacting to environmental or other factors to avoid overexertion.
Raise awareness of body position to encourage and improve work techniques to reduce long-term injuries and fatigue.
See in real time the energy required by your people to deliver your projects and which activities are more strenuous on your team.
Understanding the arc of work throughout the day is a treasure trove of information about your leaders and internal systems.
Compare populations to see the impact your systems, leaders, and site conditions have on the ability of your crews to work efficiently.
Variability in the pace of work throughout the job is an excellent indicator of project risk.
Measure movement of all kinds
Pulling. Walking. Bending. Work vigor. Hand position. FactorWear measures all of these, so you can understand how these movements are impacted by work methods, customer constraints and material placement and how they’re impacting worker health and well-being.
Get a sharper view of physical requirements
Take the guesswork out of quoting projects. FactorWear delivers the numbers on your exact resource needs and the true level of physical effort required for different jobs. You get more accurate estimates, less risk and a stronger competitive advantage.
The more you know
… the more you can share with your teams. Figure out what’s working, how to best protect your employees and how to enhance production outcomes—and share it all to accelerate best practice adoption.
Close the loop
Yes, FactorWear helps you figure out the best ways to get work done. But it also delivers the follow-up measurements to prove that recommendations were actually implemented and effective.