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ZoneSafe next generation of proximity warning systems for work sites

ZoneSafe next generation of proximity warning systems for work sites

ZoneSafe Proximity Warning Systems are launching their next generation of work site safety products. The new proximity warning products have been developed and improved using the latest innovative technology and feedback from the industry.

A redesign of the systems control unit offers a smarter, simpler and future proofed product. The outer universal mounting system is now easier to install for both short-term and permanent fixing. Another improvement is the new range of alarm tones inside the control unit. This variety helps users select a tone that is unique to the work site to avoid confusion.

ZoneSafe are also launching their new generation of wearable tech. The new Vibra proximity tag alerts two-ways between workers and machine operators. The tag vibrates in short bursts to alert workers when they are entering a detection zone. The tag is simple to attach to work wear such as belts and hard hats.

ZoneSafe are also focusing on site safety data and reporting. With Zonesafe InSight™ event and near-miss data (such as tag detections and hardware status) can now delivered directly to your desktop or device in a simple report. This helps managers identify areas of risk and make informed safety improvements.

The launch of these new safety products expands Zonesafe’s popular portfolio of proximity warning systems. ZoneSafe significantly reduces the risk of accidental collisions and near misses to people working near to materials handling vehicles and mobile plant.

If you would like to learn more or to arrange an onsite demonstration, please call 01202 868000 or visit www.zonesafe.net for more information.

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