Blackline Safety Wins New $2.6 Million Service Contract

Blackline Safety has won a four-year service contract with an undisclosed Houston-headquartered upstream energy company to supply two-way voice, real-time monitoring services. The contract is on top of a February 2024 deal with the same company, in which it agreed to acquire AUD4.1 million worth of consumables, including 800 G7c cloud-connected wearable safety devices, forty EXO cloud-connected area monitors, and seventy-five G7 Docks.
The additional contract is worth AUD2.6 million to Blackline. “Nothing can replace a real voice responding when there’s an incident,” said Blackline’s North American Vice President of Sales, Glen Silver. “When seconds and minutes can make the difference between life and death, real-time response and two-way voice let your workers know that someone is looking out for them and will stay with them until help arrives.”
Blackline said during the implementation of the February contract, the customer requested a demo of Blackline’s real-time alert response. When the Blackline representative pulled the SOS latch and a live Blackline agent answered in seconds, the company realised Blackline’s services, such as two-way voice and real-time response, would elevate their safety program and keep their workers safer than ever before.
“After just a short time with our devices, the customer upgraded our services for the full connected safety experience,” said Silver. “Our hardware is unique on the gas detection and lone worker safety tech market.”
Blackline’s G7 personal gas detectors and EXO area gas monitors are built to work in extreme conditions, with location-enabled technology, and provide layers of protection to ensure a critical lifeline during an emergency. They include optional features such as SOS emergency latch, real-time monitoring, and two-way voice.
Blackline said its devices replaced a competitor’s products, which the company had used for 30 years.

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