Lone Worker Two Way Radios
Many people are working alone in situations where they’re often at risk from work-related abuse.
We supply two-way radios across every continent in the world, using equipment made by the most reputable manufacturers. Event organisers know that hiring the latest radio technology from us increases safety and operational efficiency at a fraction of the cost.
We are also willing to provide on-site support. That means we can supply a qualified member of staff (or a whole team of engineers if required) for the duration of the event – anywhere in the world. They will be able to help you get the most out of your hired radio equipment.
For example, they show you how to work the radios correctly – rectifying any issues, and providing as much training as necessary.
They can also advise you on how to log radios in and out (using labels and record sheets) in a systematic way. And, if a technical problem occurs, they can organise repairs and replacements – quickly and effectively. This includes providing a continual supply of fully-charged batteries.
No matter where you hold the event, we will liaise with the relevant licensing authorities in that country, so you can obtain the frequencies and licences that prevent interference.
For large venues requiring optimised channel capability, we install ‘Capacity Plus’. This is an intelligent software solution that links up to 1200 radio users to voice and data without the need to add new frequencies. It also saves callers the time and hassle finding a free channel themselves.
We carry out free site trials and tests to ensure you receive razor-sharp reception from even the far-flung reaches of the site. Where the terrain and/or architecture make it impossible to achieve back-to-back coverage, we install Motorola DR3000 repeaters to boost the radio transmissions.
The two-way radios we pick for you are easy to carry, simple to operate, and need minimal training, if any. Venue operators feel confident using them in any environment because they’re solidly constructed, resilient and water-resistant. This means they continue to deliver optimum results in the harshest scenarios. What’s more, the batteries in digital radios last up to 40% longer between charges compared to analogue. Meaning they will carry on powering your radios throughout long, arduous gigs.