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Health and Safety

health and safety two way radio

Two-way radios are an invaluable resource to help enhance and maintain high levels of health and safety for all industries.  Whether you are working in construction, security or events there are a variety of health and safety applications available for you to have as part of your two-way radio set-up.

Below are a selection of the applications we can offer:

Lone Worker

The Lone Worker function may be programmed in to the radio to automatically seek a manual response from the radio user after a defined period, e.g. 30 minutes. The user then needs to respond within, say, 10 seconds otherwise the radio will transmit an automated radio alarm signal and also emit an audible alarm. Lone worker systems are often required for personnel that cover large or remote areas or are carrying out work in hazardous environments.   This can be programmed through a base station too (Trackitt) 

Man Down

The Man Down function is activated by a tilt switch inside or on the radio that measures the orientation of the radio. Depending on the terrain being worked, e.g. flat surface or hillside, the sensor may be programmed to activate if the radio is tilted beyond a pre-defined angle for longer than a pre-arranged time.

Similarly to the Lone Worker option, a Man Down alarm will cause the radio to transmit an automated alarm radio signal (if for example an employee is down on the ground/floor), which alerts the controller that a member of staff is in danger (attacked, unconscious or injured). It can also emit an audible alarm to attract passers by and/or the rescue services. Please note that in all cases, false alarms can be deactivated. 

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