Notifying of a Restricted Area

Various methods of communicating warning and risk information should be sought to ensure the workforce are kept up to date and reminded about important site specific information.

Although inductions, memos and visual noticeboards are all good ways to communicate a safety message, there is always room for alternative methods.

Audio cues and alerts provide an instant and direct channel to make the workforce aware of important messages regarding imminent health and safety.

We are using the PIR Voice Recorder to ensure that restricted or hazardous areas are clearly communicated.

Audio cues and alerts provide an instant and direct channel to make the workforce aware of important messages regarding imminent health and safety.

  • Passive infrared sensor controlled equipment was procured to broadcast a pre-recorded safety message;
  • This was placed on the boundaries of restricted areas to instantly alert anyone who may be accidentally or intentionally entering the hazardous areas.

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