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SaferMe Launches Video Sticker Platform for Workplace Safety

SpotCast video stickers can be stuck on equipment or in key locations in a facility.

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SaferMe (Austin, TX), a workforce safety company, has announced the launch of SpotCast, a new video sticker platform. According to a news release from the company, SpotCast enables instructional and safety videos to be easily embedded on durable QR Code stickers. The sticker is placed on any piece of equipment, and employees simply scan it with their smartphone or tablet and watch the embedded video. No sign-up is required.

Clint Van Marrewijk, CEO and founder, SaferMe

Clint Van Marrewijk, CEO and founder, SaferMe

“SpotCast solves the major challenge of how to easily deliver instructional videos to employees, at the right time and in the right place,” reads the release, in part. “Markets for the product include the manufacturing, engineering, utility, physical security, facility management, contracting and construction sectors.”

The sticker is placed on any piece of equipment or in any important location. The QR Code sticker is then scanned, and the user is prompted to record their video. The video is uploaded to the QR Code and becomes active. The next time someone scans the SpotCast sticker, the recorded training video will play on the users’ phone.

SpotCast can be updated with new videos at any time, and the stickers are durable, waterproof, sunproof, and tear-proof. SpotCast is already delivering results in Europe and New Zealand where it is being used to create training and risk management videos that succinctly communicate ‘how to’ messages — all per the company news release.

“The type of instructions that employees really require involves more than just reading a manual, or listening to a verbal instruction,” Clint Van Marrewijk, CEO and founder of SaferMe, is quoted in the release.

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For more information, visit safer.me.

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