Vita Industrial Supports Construction Safety Week and Announces Program to Help Construction Companies Improve Worker Safety

Company Offers Free Trials of Vita Load Navigator

Vita Industrial Offers Free Vita Load Navigator Trials

Vita Industrial, creator of the Vita Load Navigator, announced its participation in Construction Safety Week, May 1-5, an annual industry effort that emphasizes safe work practices by companies in the construction industry worldwide. To elevate the conversation around safety in the construction industry, Vita Industrial is offering its Vita Load Navigator free of charge to any construction company that wants to improve worker safety, job efficiency, and even insurance costs. The company is extending the offer beyond Safety Week and making it available for the entire month of May.

Companies can reserve a VLN to use on construction sites for up to a month. The offer includes the equipment and user training, and shipping costs may apply depending on location. Companies will experience the instant safety improvements, risk mitigation and real-time efficiencies gained during their first month of usage. The offer is valued up to $10,000 and is available across North America. Visit to submit a request.

Safety on a construction site goes far beyond reducing injuries. Vita Industrial believes it's about coming together to protect one another and to make sure workers get home safely every day. 

Vita's vision is to become the safety innovation ecosystem for the construction industry, which has one of the riskiest work environments globally. With patented hardware, software, and training, the company will work to remove safety issues for lifting operations.

"We are excited to help all companies improve safety on their job sites and let them experience how much easier and faster it is to control loads with the VLN," said Vita Industrial CEO and founder Caleb Carr.

The Vita Load Navigator is a propulsion-driven device which connects below the hook and can be controlled autonomously or by a user via wireless remote. Measuring more than 1,000 data points per second, the system detects load movement in real time and adjusts to eliminate spinning, rotations or other problems that cause damage or injuries. This eliminates the need to have workers standing beneath or near loads when lifting, which can be the cause of injuries and deaths. The device's memory helps to speed up lifting operations and prevent loads from spinning.

Vita is focused on the impact our safe choices have on our team, customers, partners, and the communities in which we all live and work. We are united in our commitment to continuously improve safety options and get people home safely every day.

About Vita Industrial

Vita Industrial's mission is to develop innovative load control technology and IoT tools for cranes and heavy lifts to prevent work-related injuries and deaths. Vita Industrial redefines what's possible for crane safety, efficiency, and costs. Based in Broomfield, Colorado, Vita Industrial is a division of Vita Inclinata Technologies, Inc. Vita Inclinata has additional offices in the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Washington, D.C., and Silicon Valley, California.  

Source: Vita Industrial