Prevent Ergonomic Injuries in Retail & FMCG

Soter devices & automated training programs help retail & FMCG companies avoid ergonomic injuries among their workforce

Reduce Overtime
& Repetition Risk

Repetition is a leading cause of injury among retail workers involved in manual handling activities, while overtime puts any worker in an extra stressed position leading to increased injury risk. Using Soter wearable devices, employers can automate the process of risk reduction & monitor each employee's health status in real-time to apply changes before injuries happen.


Prevent Injuries Caused by Fatigue

Once a worker begins to feel fatigued, movements are affected which may result in muscle spasms and lower back pain. Soter sensors analyze each worker’s body movements in real-time and notify them when actions may lead to an injury. A personalized AI-driven training program supports them with the most relevant exercises helping them to relieve muscle stress and prevent injuries.


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With Your Workforce

Enrich Manual Handling Training

When a large workforce is distributed across the globe, or affected with a high staff turnover, it’s almost impossible to deliver the same manual handling training experience to every new starter. Soter wearables educate workers effectively on safe techniques in auto-pilot mode that lead to behavioral improvements & a positive lifting culture, consolidating the learning experience, whether the worksite site consists of 10 or 1000 workers.


Reduce Claims
& Injuries Costs

Strain or injury caused by repetitive motion is the second most costly within the retail industry, and, on average, requires 24 days away from work. As well, 23% of all claims costs result from incorrect lifting technique. Soter wearable devices have been proven to reduce up to 55% of back & shoulder injuries, which significantly assists to reduce claims costs and improve overall operational effectiveness of the workforce.


Soter Analytics Clients Success Stories


Travis Perkins (UK)

Soter Analytics helps UK’s largest building merchant to reduce manual handling injuries by 55%


Giant Eagle Supermarkets (US)

Wearable devices help the 34,000-employee retailer reduce risk of injury by 31%


Kenco Logistics (US)

Kenco uses Soter Clip&Go wearable technology to proactively prevent injuries


St John of God (AU)

Soter Analytics AI-driven wearable solutions reduce spine and shoulder injuries among Caregivers

Start Preventing Injuries with SoterCoach

The wearable device, personal mobile app & tutorials for workers to self-correct their movements in real-time. All data is accessible via the analytics dashboard

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