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Audio Communication Systems Will Improve Safety and Efficiency

Onsite noise or distance between workers can cause communication problems for blasting or painting sites. This can quickly escalate when the only way to get the attention of a pot attendant is to bang the end of the nozzle against a wall of the tank or somehow getting your voice to rise above the worksite noises.

IMPROVE COMMUNICATIONS

Audio communication systems can meet many of these needs. Implementing a system into an existing blast helmet can allow blasters to speak to each other or the pot attendants can speak with the foreman and the blasting can move forward more efficiently.
There will be a 21% increase in productivity when communications don’t have to interrupt those that are working on the blasting.
Jobsites need to be constantly improving communications and safety and adding communications systems to all blast helmets will meet your needs.

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