Vanguard Wireless Blog

Vanguard Wireless Blog

News, opinion pieces, guides and interesting information for businesses who focus on safer work spaces

Incident Reduction With Safety Software

Incident Reduction In The Workplace As a business owner or manager, it’s important to have a comprehensive workplace safety plan in place, so that your employees are protected at all times. An evacuation or nurse call system is a great way to manage a workplace emergency. But you may also be wondering what strategies you can adopt to help prevent workplace accidents before they happen.
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Why We Embraced An Online Knowledge Base

Digitizing Our Instruction Manual & User Guides  Late 2021 we migrated our instruction manual and user guides to an online knowledge base app. As one of the most innovative plug-and-play evacuation and nurse call system providers in the APAC region, we realised that providing our customers with a printed guide upon receipt of their system didn't align with our business philosophy OR our customer's requirements ongoing. We see the benefits as follows:
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Six Ways Drones Can Improve Safety at Your Construction Site

Sites That Evolve On A Daily Basis Can Be Riskier For Workers  Construction sites are full of heavy equipment and risky working conditions, so safety is always a concern. Thanks to technology, it is now possible to create safer working conditions for construction workers and introduce efficiency in monitoring construction sites. Even though drones entered the scene as a novelty, the technology has now found widespread applications in many industries. One such important application of drone technology is on construction sites.
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Key Construction Market Trends For 2022

Adoption Can Assist You To Remain Competitive Process Digitisation: this includes smart evacuation and medical alert systems, the use of drones to inspect hard-to-access areas, the emergence of robots to handle dangerous tasks, and installation environmental sensors that detect changes and alert personnel so workers can be evacuated.
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