Katana Safety
Coming September 28

Innovative Tech Platform Helps Keep Workers Safe

Date & Time

September 28, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT

About the Event

Lone workers in industries ranging from home health care to real estate to delivery services and social workers are at risk every day. The solution is KATANA Safety.

Their unique device attaches to any cellphone allowing employees to call for help with the touch of a button. Their enterprise platform also provides real-time access to mitigate risk, reduce liability, and assist with OSHA Lone Worker Duty of Care requirements. The technology is so groundbreaking it has been awarded Best of CES honors TWICE!

Join our webinar with Todd Baldree, CEO of Katana to hear all the benefits of their personal safety platform and why so many corporations are adopting their technology to keep their workers safe.

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