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Understanding Worker Noise Exposure

Hearing protection is crucial for workers in loud environments to prevent hearing loss, a common occupational hazard. Prolonged exposure to high noise levels can cause permanent hearing damage, and workers from certain industries such as construction, manufacturing, and transportation are particularly vulnerable due to their noisy operations.
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Working From Heights Safely

Working from heights is an essential part of many jobs and projects, but it also comes with inherent risks. Falls from heights can result in severe injuries or even fatalities if proper safety precautions are not taken. To ensure a safe working environment when working at heights, it's crucial to follow a set of guidelines and practices such as regular workforce training, adherence to guidelines, using harnesses, and setting ladders and scaffolding up properly. It's also critical to have an effective nurse call and evacuation system in place so if there is an accident, workers can quickly notify emergency response personnel, who can coordinate first aid and - if necessary - a site evacuation or lockdown.
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Orisent: Vanguard Wireless's Evolution Reflects a Future-Driven Vision

Australia's leading designer and manufacturer of workplace emergency response systems, Vanguard Wireless, is excited to announce its transformation to Orisent, accompanied by a refreshed corporate logo. This change heralds an exciting era for the company, spotlighting our commitment to pioneering advancements in the field of workplace safety. As we set our sights on the North American market, Orisent is ready to showcase its innovative nurse call and evacuation systems.
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Evacuation and Nurse Call Systems Perfect For These High Risk Sites

Vanguard Wireless systems are chosen for mining, energy, railway, and other civil works projects for a few reasons:
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MATES In Construction

Every year 190 Australians working in the construction industry take their own lives; this means we lose a construction worker every second day to suicide. Construction workers are six times more likely to die from suicide than an accident at work. For our young workers, the facts are that they are well over two times more likely to take their own lives than other young Australian men.
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Enhancing Workplace Safety with Wearable Technology

Wearable technology, once a novelty in health and fitness sectors, is now revolutionising workplace safety. These devices, ranging from medical event triggers to health trackers to remote worker location identifiers, are now being employed to enhance safety measures and reduce serious incidents in various work environments.
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See Vanguard Wireless' Evacuation Sirens In Action

We've taken some videos of our sirens in action. For their small size they're very loud, particularly when we're testing them in our warehouse!
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Protecting Workers With Personal Nurse Calls

With studies showing that Covid-19 can survive up to 72 hours on stainless steel and plastic surfaces, businesses need to be vigilant in cleaning high touch areas including buttons, switches, and turnstiles. Any practices that can be implemented to reduce worker contact will only have a positive impact on their safety. Personal Nurse Call Triggers Regardless of the nurse call system your business uses, you can make your site safer for your workers with a virtual nurse call system.
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5 Ways to Support New & Inexperienced Workers on Construction Sites

on Apr 30, 2019 7:26:00 PM By | Igor Kazagrandi | 0 Comments | workplaceaccident
On the average construction site, there is a certain group that is particularly vulnerable to injury, both minor and serious. That group is your inexperienced workers. Firstly, it is necessary to note that this is not simply a matter of age. While younger workers do have an injury rate than older workmates, studies have found that it is inexperience that is the key here. In fact, employees in their first month on a job have more than 3 times the risk for injury compared to someone who has been at their job for more than a year.
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