Every day, thousands of people are faced with work-related injuries and safety threats, with an estimated 10 fatal accidents per day in the US alone. Apart from peoples’ livelihoods and health being at stake, the costs of workplace injuries are also immense; with the EU spending an estimated 476,000,000,000 euros each year, despite European working conditions being deemed relatively safe.
Safeguard’s current App & Dashboard crisis communication platform provides a measurable solution to this problem, enabling small and large organizations such a KPN, BAM and the Amsterdam Arena to manage their safety practices at an operational level, whilst also providing them with accumulated safety data. This safety data is generated for the sake of streamlining safety management processes, enabling cost- and time-saving over the long term.
The Blockchain-based Safeguard Protocol and its associated ecosystem will act as a safety-tech platform which others can use and contribute to. Hereby, organizations and developers are empowered to co-develop particular use cases and specifications on top of the platform’s core functionalities. To achieve this, the current (licensed) Safeguard Platform is going to be converted into an entirely open-source ecosystem. The Safeguard Token (SGT), forms a pivotal part of this ecosystem, enabling users with access to the Protocol whilst facilitating the incentivization of code contributors.
The Safeguard Token (SGT) forms a pivotal part of this ecosystem, and is an NEP-5 based token with various functionalities. Within our ecosystem, it enables users with access to the Protocol whilst facilitating the incentivization of code contributors.
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