SAFETY SYSTEMS FOR EXTREME WEATHER

SAFETY SYSTEMS FOR EXTREME WEATHER

SAFETY SYSTEMS FOR EXTREME WEATHER

Helping you keep your customers, employees and visitors safe in extreme conditions.

Finally, health and safety professionals have the innovative tools needed to alert workers and customers of dangerous conditions resulting from weather extremes. Freezing conditions, including transitional periods, and excessive heat are visually discernible through the use of IceAlert® and HeatAlert™ systems. HeatAlert™ is available for either indoor or outdoor environments. All Alert systems provide clear, instantaneous, and accurate, visual alerts that potentially hazardous conditions exist.

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Reduce the risk involved with costly slip & fall accidents on your property by installing an inexpensive & effective IceAlert® System.
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HeatAlert™ alerts employers, employees, customers & visitors in real time that the heat index is at a dangerous level.
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IceAlert®

IceAlert® indicators alert employees, customers and visitors of possible icy conditions by changing color from white to blue as temperatures approach freezing. Units are easily installed at building exits, near stairs and walkways, and in parking areas.

People can feel the cold, but it is difficult to tell how cold it is. IceAlert® gives a very prominent blue reflective star when people need the additional information, only where the temperature is near freezing or below.

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HeatAlert™

Alerts employers, employees, customers and visitors in real time that the heat index is at a moderate risk or high risk level based on NOAA/OSHA standards.

The heat index can be used to help determine the risk of a heat related illness for outdoor and indoor workers. As a heat index value goes up, more preventative measures are needed to protect workers.

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Our Mission

Providing innovative tools needed to alert people of potentially hazardous conditions resulting from extreme weather, ranging from heat illnesses, to ice related slip and fall incidents.