PSA Singapore has won two accolades for its Prime Mover (PM) Telematics programme, which employs technology to improve safety.
According to PSA Singapore, PM Telematics, as part of the integrated safety system on prime movers, has made significant contributions to safety and health by detecting unexpected changes in speed and angles of movement, as well as behavioural modifications in drivers.
The data also feeds and improves debrief meetings with drivers in order to examine driving practises, improve performance, and decrease obstacles encountered.
PSA Singapore was awarded the Gold Award in the logistics and transport business at the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Innovation Awards in July.
It was presented during the 2023 WSH Forum for Logistics & Transport Industry, organised by the WSH Council with support from Singapore Logistics Association.
The award recognises PSA Singapore’s commitment towards workplace safety and how it is achieved through leveraging PM Telematics.
The second award was conferred in August. Contending alongside other organisations which also won Gold Awards in their respective industries, PSA Singapore ultimately clinched the WSH Innovation Award 2023.
Singapore Port Workers Union (SPWU) Executive Secretary and PSA Singapore HSSS Council Member, Jessie Yeo, congratulated PSA on the recent achievements.
“These recognitions underscore PSA’s unwavering commitment towards workplace safety and highlight how an organisation can leverage technology to achieve safety goals,” he said.