screenshot trainDo you use warning signs to advise staff or the public about potential hazards?

Our electronic hazard warning systems enhance the impact of traditional printed signs and can be linked to access control systems – keeping untrained personnel out of restricted access areas whilst monitoring who goes where and when.

Our systems can also be linked to remote¬†monitoring systems, automatically¬†sending a warning message if personnel don’t enter or leave hazardous areas within planned work times. You can even combine access control, lone worker monitoring, asset tracking and employee check in/out into one system to save on equipment costs and paper-based record keeping.

Possible uses include advising members of the public of potential risks as they approach railway crossings, cliff edges or deep water at reservoirs, waterworks or harbours. We have also built systems into protective helmets, automatically monitoring access to ‘hard hat’ work areas.

Please contact us for further information.