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BRACELET: STAFF MONITORING and SAFETY

04.05.2017

At the XV International Forum on Industrial Safety in St. Petersburg Argus-Spectr is going to present its innovation —smart wristwatch pager for staff locating and alert.

Ensuring safety at work is every manager’s duty. With state requirements becoming stricter every year, occupational safety is turning into a primary focus for all industrial enterprises. Today, safety rules violation may cause the owner of the facility up to 200,000 rubles in fines or a prison sentence.

Portable devices will help to keep the workers safe and improve their efficiency. The device is a wrist bracelet connected to the control desk and has the following functions:

  1. Locating staff outside (GLONASS) and inside the building via installed fire detectors.
  2. Paging: quick and reliable alert of staff member(s).

Where are your staff?

  • Locating staff inside and outside the building
  • Entry to a restricted area
  • Loss of consciousness (immobility detector)

How to alert your staff? 

  • General (fire) 
  • Group alert (emergency response, meeting) 
  • Personal alert (call) 
  • Free-form message (up to 140 symbols)

Also, on May 31, 2017, Argus-Spectr will make a presentation: “Where are your staff? How to alert your staff?” during the session “Innovative technologies to ensure emergency-free operations” of the XV Jubilee International Forum on Industrial Safety.

We invite you to the XV Jubilee International Forum on Industrial Safety from May 31 to June 1 at Holiday Inn Moskovskiye Vorota, Moskovsky Prospekt 97A.

Source: Argus-Spectr

Forum participant’s opinion

«I was very impressed with organization and scope of IX International Forum on Industrial Safety. The idea to bring together experts from different industries and share information is excellent. I like to congratulate the GCE Group for organizing the Forum and giving the IAEA opportunity to advertise the IAEA safety activities, standards and services among participating organizations and experts.»

Miroslav Lipar

Miroslav Lipar, Head, Operational Safety Section, International Atomic Energy Agency