Safety sensors keep workers aware of collision and injury potential
within the work
space or at loading docks. By setting off audible alarms and bright,
flashing lights, safety sensors warn before an accident can happen.
Blind spots, corners and intersections in warehouses, manufacturing, and other forklift operation areas can lead to serious accidents, injury and death. Safeguard employees, equipment, and inventory with "traffic sensor lights" for industrial traffic and pedestrians.
Make intersections safer with motion detection systems and a floor light which helps prevent collisions between industrial vehicles and pedestrians. The floor light systems cover 2, 3, and 4-way intersections.
Protect workers at exterior doors - add a motion sensor system at each doorway. When motion is detected a flashing light on the interior side of the doorway activates, telling workers of possible danger outside. Especially helpful for night shift workers.
Safety statistics show that more than half of all deaths at loading docks could have been prevented with an audible alert to warn pedestrians and employees that a truck was moving at the dock. Don't let your company become part of those statistics
Provide warning before a forklift can hit your racking, dock door, overhead sprinkler system or other overhead obstructions a driver might not notice. Low clearance alarms sound a loud siren and trigger flashing red lights when impact with the unit is detected.
Take the safety of seeing oncoming traffic in a dome or convex mirror, wed it to internal LED signs that flash with directional arrows showing where the traffic is coming from, then add an 80 ft. visibility - that's an attention getter that helps everyone be safer.
Make all traffic areas in your facility safer with motion sensors at
Consider adding sensors at aisle intersections, dock doors and entry/access doorways from offices and hallways.
Prevent the potential for disastrous crush accidents with motion
sensors outside dock doors.
National safety statistics show that over 50% of crush deaths could have been prevented had proper audible and visual alerts been in place.