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The technology driving this revolution has been called the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Here are four elements manufacturers need to consider.
A single worker who is out for one day or more because of an injury may have a significant operational and financial impact on a company. Learn more about employee injury trends in manufacturing.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is transforming virtually every aspect of manufacturing. Are your employee training and safety programs keeping pace with manufacturing industry changes?
As the costs of lawsuits continue to rise, buying excess casualty coverage can help protect your business.
Today's digital technologies make it possible for manufacturers to stay competitive with streamlined processes that enable efficiency and precision.
78% of manufacturers worry about supply chain disruptions, but only 19% actually plan for them.
If disaster strikes, are you prepared to replace your vital equipment at today’s costs? Take this quiz to test your knowledge. The results may surprise you.
Products liability claims can be disruptive and expensive for a manufacturer. Learn how to help prepare to respond when a claim does happen.
Smart tech is changing virtually every aspect of manufacturing. Here is a look at six areas where it provides opportunities, and potential risks.
The Workforce Pressure Test can help determine if you are doing enough to help ensure your employees are skilled, safe and resilient.
Here’s a look at six areas where the technology provides potential opportunities and risks.
Over 100,000 workplace injuries happen in manufacturing each year. Learn the top workplace injuries and how to help prevent them.