IRVINE, Calif., (July 1, 2020) – Western Growers Insurance Services (WGIS) today rolled out the Connected Worker Program to help prevent injuries before they occur.

Utilizing the latest advancements in wearable technology, the Connected Worker Program measures certain motions and detects unsafe movements of employees during their shift. The data is shared with the supervisor and used to identify risk trends, improve safety measures, and coach workers on injury prevention techniques.

Cory Lunde

It is imperative for employers to maintain a safe and healthy work space now more than ever. Join PAGO CEO Michael Dodson this Thursday as he shares how his platform allows labor contractors and growers to carry out crucial labor activities, including contactless timekeeping.

As an ag labor platform, PAGO gives growers real-time actionable data related to their operations, assists with scheduling crews and crew monitoring, and calculates both time and piece rates.

Chardae Heim

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