Gas detection added to lone worker protection

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Gas detection technology added to lone worker protection

Monitoring company provides additional protetion to vulnerable workers with the detection of hazardous gases.

A security monitoring and guarding company is now extending its services to include alarm notifications in connection with hazardous gas detection. The service will be part of its “lone worker monitoring” portfolio, which provides security and safety protection to workers considered to be at risk through either working alone or in potentially hostile environments.

Now, Stanley Security will be providing its safety monitoring and emergency response management services to users of Blackline Safety wirelessly connected gas detection and lone worker monitoring products.

Blackline’s technology monitors for atmospheric hazards and the wellbeing of personnel working alone, whether in populated areas, indoors within complex facilities or remotely. A key part of its service is wireless gas detection, helping teams working in hazardous environments by responding to emergencies in real-time and managing efficient evacuations.

Both companies are BS 8484:2016 accredited. This is the Code of Practice for the Provision of Lone Worker Services, which advises on best practice when seeking a method of reducing or eliminating the risk to staff operating away from the ability of colleagues to provide direct assistance. Blackline Safety Europe is the only manufacturer of gas detectors to achieve this standard.

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