Automatic Anonymising and Desensitising Of Data
Web scraping health and safety intelligence
Of the vast amount of information on the Internet, most is plain text.
Industry 4.0 implications for health and safety
‘Industry 4.0’, the name given to the emerging use of a suite of technologies across many industry sectors, is revolutionising industrial operations in workplaces.
International insights in the cement industry
This study aims to explore the possibility of sharing existing knowledge with regards to creating an industrial database for these prevalent hazards within the cement industry, which will incorporate the high risk activities
Development of capacities to extract health and safety insights from free-text sources
As recent developments in text mining, natural language processing and machine learning are becoming more mainstream, the task of generating data driven insights and learning from health and safety operational intelligence, particularly from
Health and safety performance benchmarking
Organisations generate a wealth of routine health and safety data as part of day-to-day operations that provide a useful proxy measure of how well they manage their health and safety risks as an organisation.
Leading indicators of health and safety failures project
Much industry guidance has been published over recent years, specific to different industry contexts, on how to better use leading indicators of health and safety performance to support assessments of the adequacy of workplace risk control m
Product safety intelligence
Mass manufactured products are used by both consumers (public) and industrial users for work activities.
Construction risk knowledge management using BIM
Building Information Modelling (BIM) supports the digitisation of asset build projects and uses information relating to the asset of interest to build a three dimensional model with supporting intelligent, structured data attached.
Loss of containment insights
Across the process industries, both on and offshore, a key focus is upon maintaining primary containment. Primary containment refers to keeping flammable and toxic materials inside plant items such as vessels, tanks and pipework.
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