Connected Gas Detector to Feature Work - Anywhere 3G Wireless
Jul 25 2017 Comments 0
A world-class safety monitoring program requires a world-class solution. Blackline Safety’s G7c is the world’s first connected gas detector to feature work-anywhere 3G wireless, modular gas detection and live monitoring. Cellular connectivity and a built-in speakerphone automatically connect workers in distress with Blackline’s live 24/7 monitoring teams, who manage real-time emergency responses or evacuations when required.
With an exclusive, customisable modular interface, G7c defines a new level of gas detection. Three sizes of highly-configurable cartridges and a selection of sensors tailor gas detection to accommodate every work environment. Cartridges are field-replaceable, reducing device downtime and maintenance costs.
G7c communicates every safety incident to the Blackline Live portal. This cloud-hosted software provides businesses with the opportunity to wirelessly configure devices and track compliance, equipping teams with leading alert management tools and configuration control of fielded devices. The online dashboard provides real-time indicators for G7c equipment use, and provides easy access to the type and status of an alert on a live map.
Every second counts. From lone worker monitoring and gas detection to evacuation management and compliance reporting, G7c confidently empowers active and optimised emergency responses, accounting for everyone’s safety along the way.
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