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Desktop Alert is a world class provider or Mass Notification technology and now is proud to offer manufacturing and other industrial organizations a powerful solution called “Industrial Alert Systems”.

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Many organizations have extensive accident prevention programs in place and Desktop Alert is the perfect compliment to these programs. This solution can be used to communicate with an array of devices that workers utilize in order to keep them updated on training programs they need, safety tips and reminders or even a daily message that celebrates the number of days since the last accident.

For more serious situations the Industrial Alert System can deliver segmented notification alerts to different zones within the facility. In the event of a major incident such as an explosion, a chemical spill, a fire or other serious situation, it may become necessary to send a message to one area of the facility, with a specific set of instructions (i.e. evacuate the building) while sending another area a completely different type of communication (i.e. take cover – do not evacuate). Our system lets you integrate diverse notifications intelligently, a maximum benefit to your organization.

From the warehouse floor to the machine shop to the front office, Industrial Alerts can help you get alerts to your most important resources – your staff – quickly, efficiently and with the ability to verify their receipt. This solution allows our industrial and manufacturing clients to devise alerting systems with the following notification strategies:

Organizational considerations

  • Establish roles and responsibilities of your staff during a major event
  • Provide direction for employees vs. contractors or visitors

Identify Vulnerabilities

  • Identify hazardous situations and upload them to the notification system for distribution
  • Describe incident prevention or remedies required for certain exposures such as burns, inhalations, contact injuries, etc.
  • Communicate failures or outside events that could potentially cause or create a hazardous situation internally

Operational monitoring

  • Send staff alerts that notify them of danger related to daily start-up/shut downs of equipment
  • Communicate information regarding testing, maintenance or inspections required on-site
  • Highlight unusual or temporary operational conditions that could affect the normal staff safety routines

Declared disaster

  • Instant, targeted alerts provide immediate instructions to staff
  • Sirens, loudspeakers and other public communication channels alert everyone in the sector of appropriate actions needed
  • Provide staff with Instructions for cooperation with emergency services

Audit and review

  • Logging of alerts to review population that received alerts
  • Metrics on percentage and quality of responses to alerts
  • Advanced reporting for integration with future safety training

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