Work Safety

Safety is a fundamental aspect in work, it is necessary to rely on reliable, autonomous and self-managed systems to guarantee workers' safety on the job.

Radio systems, unlike mobile and fixed telephonic systems (including wireless and corporate switchboards / cordless phones), are really autonomous, self-managed: their functioning is assured in any condition; moreover the communication coverage is realized according to the specific requests and needs of each client.

With advanced systems proposed by COM.EL. SNC you can ensure that the Corporate Emergency Team can effectively manage the rescue, significantly increasing the safety of workers, decreasing the rate of injuries.

With our modern radio systems, which are added to the standard voice communications, you can integrate many innovative features useful to increase the safety and timeliness of intervention within companies; for example you can:

Send a Distress Request Alarm: you can send, via the radios, an emergency alarm call to the Centre (manned position) by simply pressing the dedicated button (usually red) placed on the radios. In this way the Centre, on receiving the alarm, can display the following information:

  • Description of the type of alarm in progress (request for assistance)
  • Indication of the ID of the radio in alarm (number or user name)
  • Map display of the GPS position of the radio in question (if under GPS coverage), or of the indoor area (with indoor location system).

Sending a "man on the ground" alarm: a card with tilt sensor can be inserted in the portable radios. This sensor can be set to detect a certain angle of inclination A for a programmable time T. Once a handset is in this condition (AxT) it will emit a pre-alarm sound to warn the user that if it is not restore the Normal inclination within N seconds, the radio will automatically send an alarm to the Centre. The alarm received from the Centre will indicate:

  • The type of alarm in progress (man on the ground)
  • The ID of the radio in alarm (number or name)
  • It will display the GPS position of the radio in question
  • With the indoor location system / access control, will indicate in which area / area / access is the radio in alarm.

Reception of third-party alarms: the radio system can be interfaced with an already existing alarm / signalling system (or with a new and specific system) to ensure that the radio signals can be received automatically and in real time (eg. fire alarm systems). The selected radios will display the type of alarm / warning on the display or it will be communicated by a synthesized voice.
It is also possible to receive rescue request alarms from fixed points located in the factory (eg stationary buttons for manual rescue request). The sending of this type of alarm will ensure that the portable radios can receive an acoustic alert request and can display on the display the place of intervention and the description.

Remote control: remote systems can be controlled remotely using hand-held radios, such as sirens / lights or even general-purpose machinery / relay controls (eg activating / deactivating pumps).

Access control: you can have feedback on the access / pass center SW that the radios perform in certain areas in the context of the company area.

Job Ticketing: a function that allows sending to each radio a work list that the operator must perform; it can be set to have a feedback when the various jobs are finished.