BULL WINS AWARD FOR EXCLUSIONZONE ALARM

We’re delighted to announce that alongside BAM Construction Ltd, Bull Products have won the Beaumont Safety Trophy Award for the Cygnus ExclusionZone Alarm for 2018.

The Construction Health & Safety Group’s Beaumont Safety Trophy is awarded to an entrant each year in recognition of the best new working methods for the prevention of construction industry accidents, therefore we are honoured to have been recognised for this category.

The ExclusionZone Alarm system has already been rolled out to a number of construction contractors including some of the UKs largest construction contractors including Kier, Skanska, Wilmot Dixon and Lendlease.

The ExclusionZone Alarm has been designed for use on construction environments and can help workers or pedestrians keep away from dangerous areas where a plant is being operated or crane and lifting operations are underway.

Unlike other exclusion alarms in the market, the ExclusionZone Alarm interfaces directly to the Cygnus Alarm System and can be monitored and/or activated via the control panel where a full history log can be viewed. This ensures a quicker response time to alert the worker of any dangers and ensures they can be notified during out of hours.

Tony Day, Senior Site Manager for BAM’s Sebastian Street project in London, said: ‘The alarms are very good, I would definitely use them again’.

To find out more about how the ExclusionZone Syetem can help make your site a safer working environment, call our team on 01432 371170 or email sales@bullproducts.co.uk


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