Roy Hill puts SoterSpine to the test

A WEARABLE sensor that uses algorithms to measure and assess the risk of musculoskeletal injuries incurred by resource industry workers has been put through its paces at the Roy Hill iron ore mine in Western Australia’s Pilbara.

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The SoterSpine is a wearable sensor and accompanying app that gives company’s insight into the risk profile of their workers.

According to figures, lost productivity can cost a company  on average around $8200 a year per employee, which means big companies could be spending millions just on injury compensation claims.