Monitoring the safety of individuals that work in hazardous conditions is of prime concern to a responsible business. However, you can have peace of mind while they carry out their critical duties, when you know they’re supported by an intuitive two-way radio system.
The man down feature automatically dispatches emergency alarms when lone workers are injured or fall unconscious. Your radios can initiate an alarm sequence when they sense an abnormal vertical tilt, or lack of motion for a pre-defined time.
Initially, they check for false alarms by sounding a distinctive tone for a short period. Should a lone worker not respond to this audio warning by pressing the ‘OK’ button, correcting the angle, or tapping the radio – the man down alarm will trigger.
Man down alarms can be programmed to alert individuals, groups or the controller. They could be in the form of a text, audible tone or pre-recorded voice message announcing their name and location.
After sending alarms, radios assist the ‘search team’ pin-point a distressed worker by emitting a loud audio beacon until they’re rescued.
Alarms can be programmed to alert individuals, groups or the controller
Radios assist the ‘search team’ pin-point a distressed worker