+44 (0)1883 868022+07946 513421

Latest news

From MyZone UK

The Importance of Proximity Warning Systems


In today's fast-paced work environments, ensuring the safety of both employees and pedestrians is paramount. With stringent regulations in place mandating employers to prioritise workplace safety, it's imperative for businesses to adopt proactive measures to mitigate potential hazards. One such crucial aspect is pedestrian safety, which demands attention and action from every responsible employer.

Understanding the significance of pedestrian safety, employers must recognise the need for implementing robust risk management strategies within their workspaces. By conducting thorough assessments of worksite hazards, including identifying high-risk areas such as entrances, exits, and zones where both pedestrians and vehicles intersect, proactive measures can be put in place to minimise the likelihood of accidents.

A standout solution in this regard is the utilisation of a Proximity Warning System. Specifically designed to mitigate the risk of collisions and accidents, systems like our MyZone Worker Alert System serve as invaluable tools in alerting pedestrians to the presence of approaching vehicles, such as forklifts.

The MyZone Worker Alert System helps businesses to take proactive steps towards enhancing workplace safety. Our intuitive system offers ease of use and swift deployment across multiple sites, ensuring a seamless integration into existing safety protocols. With our user-friendly interface and straightforward setup, there's no need for complex configurations or extensive installation manuals. Operating on a low radio frequency (125kHz), independent of any IP network, our MyZone Worker Alert System prioritises personal safety while complementing established on-site safe working practices.

By prioritizing pedestrian safety and investing in advanced proximity warning systems like the MyZone Worker Alert System, businesses can not only meet regulatory requirements but also foster a culture of safety and well-being among their workforce. Proactive measures today pave the way for a safer, more secure workplace tomorrow.

Back to news