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Blackline Safety Announces Key Promotions and Leadership Changes

Blackline Safety has announced the following key promotions and changes to its executive leadership team. Sean Stinsonis promoted to the additional role of President. With this appointment, Stinson will assume the leadership of software and professional service offerings, including Blackline Vision custom analytics. He will continue to lead all revenue generating activities, including sales, customer success and channel management.

Blackline Safety Launches First EU Service Centre

Blackline Safety Corp. announced the launch of its first European Union (EU)-based service centre. As Blackline has achieved 118% revenue growth over the last two years in Europe, the service centre is designed to meet heightened customer demand across the region. The facility occupies a dedicated area within Blackline’s French site, strategically located in the industrial heart of north-eastern France near Lille, and is staffed by an established in-house team of technical and product specialists. Blackline will provide local customer service and offer rentals for Europe out of the centre.

Blackline Safety to Unveil Disruptive Connected Wearable at NSC Safety Congress & Expo

Blackline Safety Corp announced it will unveil the G6 single-gas detector –setting a new standard in connected worker wearables– at the upcoming National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo, to be held September 19-21 at the San Diego Convention Center. A first look at Blackline’s latest innovation for oil and gas, petrochemical and other industrial workplaces, enabling fast incident response time, better safety and compliance, long-lasting connectivity and improved efficiency—all in one cloud-connected device.

New Smart, Connected Wearables by Blackline Safety Keep Workers Safe

The easily configurable G7 wearables –small, wireless devices worn like a cell phone– accurately detect gas leaks, falls and other health events in all types of business environments, from lone workers in the field to industrial workers. They can also be used for contact tracing purposes or to determine how often workers travel through high-risk areas. The devices operate on available cellular, with optional satellite connectivity, and deploy in minutes, straight out of the box.