By | June 7, 2022

We are pleased to announce the top start-ups during INNsafety2022, INNsafety, a singular safety 4.0 event that connects entrepreneurs as well as Health & Safety (H&S) experts, returns for its third year on June 23rd in Paris to determine the future of safety and health in the workplace.

In this year’s edition, 6 of the most innovative startups were selected to present their ideas for H&S specialists from sponsors including L’Oreal, Procter & Gamble, Sanofi, Unilever, Saint-Gobain, Enablon and ERM along with as other renowned European and international corporations.

The top start-ups to choose from include:

  • Attensi: Attensi, is a Norwegian company, assists companies make transformative modifications through gamified simulation. Inspiring by the highest quality of learning, psychology and gaming, the Attensi solutions are designed to engage employees with measurable impacts on companies’ KPIs. Gamified simulation training from Attensi can give safety culture an advantage through the development of tangible and measurable safety culture training in a large size.
  • Flyability: Flyability is an Swiss company that is a reference producer of indoor drones for restricted space inspections. Their collision-tolerant technology enables inspectors from all over the world to eliminate the dangers associated with confined space entry or working from a height while significantly increasing the efficiency of their work. Their revolutionary technology, which is equipped with LIDAR is a perfect solution to the issue of predictive maintenance in industrial 4.0 initiatives.
  • MakeuSafe: MakuSafe(r) is an award-winning American safety solutions for data and analytics designed to improve worker safety, health and productivity, while also cutting down on workplace dangers and exposures. The patent-pending MakuSafe(r) system is the most robust safety management software platform with cutting-edge wearable technology, which gives immediate access to current EHS data that has predictive benefits.
  • Moten Technologies MOTEN is an French company that is driven by data to help businesses improve safety in the workplace and productivity of employees. EHS experts use MOTEN’s solutions to detect and minimize injuries at work and to drive changes in behavior. The solution is comprised with innovative muscles sensors as well as an SaaS system that’s simple to utilize and to deploy on the job site.
  • TRXxs: The company, TRAXxs, which is one of the French start-up, creates and sells professional connected insoles that turn the safety shoes into flexible PPE. They offer EHS management using an easy, comprehensive and efficient solution that doesn’t alter the habits of employees. The XSole intelligent insoles provide safety for workers and help reduce the amount and severity of accidents occurring at work.
  • WearHealth: WearHealth is an German startup that aids businesses to create a top manual workforce using modern augmentation technologies that reduce injuries, boost overall health and efficiency, and improve productivity. Their solutions have been endorsed by top industry professionals (e.g. E.ON, Bridgestone, Daimler and Fiat).

Innovative solutions to these issues address major operations-related health and safety issues faced by large corporations across many industries, such as the increasing problems of musculoskeletal diseases or ergonomics. reduction of significant risk, the risks associated with workers who are lone or training, as well as the application of data and technology to prevent risk.

Six start-ups will be provided with an exclusive space in which to demonstrate their solutions and interact directly with attendees in small groups, more than 100 Health & Safety directors and key decision makers from multinational corporations.

The event is a follow-up to the previous two editions that brought together more than 15 international companies and 13 start-ups. It also produced a variety of pilot initiatives. INNsafety offers a unique opportunity for leaders in health and safety to network with start-ups that are innovative and discuss the issues they face on an everyday day basis.

“Occupational security and health” is one of the primary concern of those who understand the importance of innovation in improving the working environment for everyone. Numerous initiatives in various industries are flourishing in this area mostly to tackle the risky behaviors and situations however, they also seek to deal with the evolving health hazards (ergonomics as well as psychosocial) that arise from the ever-changing working environment. We are looking towards the 3rd edition of INNsafety that will allow six start-ups from the future to present innovative solutions that aim to enhance the safety and health of workers.” declares Arnaud Szymkowiak who is a partner with ERM.

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