Five Reasons To Use ZoneSafe
It’s no secret all employers want their workplace to operate safely and efficiently. Workplace accidents can tragically result in life-changing injuries or in some cases even death. These accidents can be extremely distressing for those involved, as well as the workforce as a whole, while costing the business in terms of overall productivity and financially. Accidents can also cause damage to equipment, as well as disrupting operations. The damage to a business name or brand can be enormous with frequent workplace accidents having devastating effect on morale and reputation. ZoneSafe can prevent this for your business.
Health and Safety regulations make clear the expectations of employers regarding mandatory safety measures and training, but there are various ways to meet the minimum requirements. One of the biggest risks of serious injury in industrial workplaces remains collisions between vehicles and pedestrians. By law, vehicles must use traffic routes without causing danger to the health or safety of people working nearby. How exactly can a business ensure this? Some businesses use cones, while others are investing in state of the art interactive safety tech such as ZoneSafe. It is definitely worth considering additional systems to ensure safer operations due to the strain workplace accidents place on businesses.
Below are five reasons to use ZoneSafe and invest in Safety:
Most importantly, ZoneSafe systems protect people. This proximity warning solutions make workplaces safer by raising situational awareness and alerting workers and pedestrians to potential hazards. Vehicles and machinery can pose a real threat to worker safety, particularly when working in close proximity. It is vital workers have a clear way of identifying risks around them whilst working in challenging industrial environments. Hazards can be difficult to see, especially in tough conditions such as poor weather, low lighting, excess noise, limited visibility, PPE including ear defenders. Proximity warning systems alert users to hazards they often cannot see or hear before they become a threat.
As the use of automation and robotics increases. it is more important than ever to take measures to protect assets. Damage can be extremely costly and severely impact productivity when a piece of equipment is deemed beyond repair. Due to wearable proximity warning solutions being highly adaptable they can be fixed to almost anything. ZoneSafe technology can be applied to people, machinery, vehicles, walls, robots, cones and even shoes!! It is worth considering ZoneSafe technology even if the requirement seems like a highly unusual request.
Instil a strong safety culture
In high-risk industries a strong safety culture is crucial. Through clearly communicating a positive approach to health and safety in the workplace, a strong culture within the business should be built where people trust the company to protect their wellbeing. Investing in proven technology to keep people safe, sends a strong message that people are important and their safety is the utmost priority within the business.
Often businesses don’t invest in safety technology because they think it will be too costly, when in reality this investment can actually save money in the long term. Reducing accidental harm effectively reduces the cost of repairing the damage. HSE estimates the cost of workplace injury at £5.6 billion in the UK. By investing in technology to make the workplace safer, you reduce the risk of injury which results in less absenteeism, boosted morale, increased productivity and cost-saving in the long run.
Use real data
ZoneSafe offers more than just a safety warning system. Using data capture technology, the system collects and collates helpful data allowing you to take a more proactive approach to safety within the work environment. You can better identify threats to safety and specific high-risk areas or space with increased collision risk through reviewing real data and evidence of workplace interactions. Training can be targeted to meet specific concerns, raising user awareness of potential hazards. This approach can be used to drive positive behavioural change within the business where everyone can learn from factual data around potential risks at work.