In wastewater treatment facilities, it’s not uncommon for operators to work either alone or in isolation from other employees. And in the event of injury, illness or emergency, these employees can be left to wait precious minutes or even hours for assistance.
The good news? New technology has made it easier to communicate and monitor lone workers. See how a pilot project at a Metro Vancouver wastewater treatment plant has used monitoring equipment from Grace Industries to improve lone worker safety.
The worker-worn motion-detecting devices go into alarm mode after just 120 seconds of inactivity, providing more protection than traditional “check-in and then check-out” systems.
With a Lone Worker Alarm System from Grace Industries, help will be on the way in as little as two minutes.
For more information, contact Grace Industries at 800/969-6933 or visit www.graceindustries.com.
About Grace Industries
For more than 40 years, Grace Industries has provided revolutionary and technically advanced safety devices throughout the United States and worldwide to more than 30 countries. The company’s innovative products support lone workers, mobile lone workers, firefighters, security guards, mine workers and others.