On-site accidents and injuries in construction are important to address. First aid alarms from Bull Products can offer a great solution by speeding up emergency response time.
According to The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981, companies are required to provide adequate and appropriate first-aid equipment, facilities, and people so employees can be given immediate help if required.
It’s also important that first aiders are immediately notified and first aid kits are easy to find in an emergency – this is where wireless first aid alarms play a crucial part. By having a first aid alarm on site, workers can ensure first aiders are notified immediately of any incident and its location, thus providing maximum protection in an emergency.
Wireless first aid alarms are suited for construction sites and building complexes that have more than a single building. In the case of temporary installations, for instance, construction sites where the work is in progress, they can be installed and then removed once the work on the site is finished, or moved to another site, providing a safe, cost-effective and flexible solution for companies.
Bull Products’ Cygnus First Aid Alert Point Alarm offers total peace of mind for workers and can be installed in minutes without the need to drill holes or lay wires. It can also be connected to the new Autodialler GSM System from Bull Products which allows site managers to pre-programme up to nine phone numbers of responsible persons in an emergency who are then notified by voice message or SMS if a first aid incident has occurred.
First Aid Kits can be incorporated with the Bull Products First Responder Stations to ensure your first aid alarms can be located wherever your site needs them the most.
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