EXCLUSION ZONE ALARM – THE SOLUTION TO SITE SAFETY
Every year, many people are injured from on-site accidents. Statistics published by HSE show that in the first quarter of 2018/19 (April to June), 27 workers and 13 members of the public have died in fatal workplace accidents across all sectors.
Establishing exclusion zones on a construction site is key to protecting workers as their lives are still at-risk during operation.
Our ExclusionZone Alarm is the solution to this issue.
Our Cygnus ExclusionZone Alarm has been designed for use on construction environments which helps workers or pedestrians keep away from dangerous areas where a plant is being operated or crane and lifting operations are underway. The alarm alerts workers to danger and prevents access into dangerous out-of-bounds locations.
We’re proud to have great partnerships with our suppliers, including BAM Construction. Thanks to their support, the alarm has already been rolled out to a number of construction contractors including Kier, Skanska, Wilmot Dixon and Lendlease.
BAM Construction is holding a series of staff events across the UK to celebrate 150 years in business. As part of this, they will be showcasing the ExclusionZone Alarm to BAM employees as part of the ‘Your Safety is My Safety’ campaign.
To find out more, contact Bull on 01432 806806 / email@example.com
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