It takes a special type of person to compete in a marathon and a team of special people to help coordinate one. The planning stages of a major marathon can take months, if not an entire year and communication, are one of the most critical aspects of planning to nail down quickly.
Push-to-talk two-way radios are essential tools for sprawling agricultural farms today. These radios are designed to work whenever your people work, regardless of wind, rain, and even driving snow. More importantly, they offer a lifeline to people who may be working on dangerous equipment and machinery out of visual and audio range.
National parks are the shining glory of our nation. They showcase Mother Nature’s finest gifts to a country filled with beauty. The men and women who work to keep these national treasures safe for guests to visit, free of crime, and transform them into educational treasure troves for all who visit need the ability to communicate, sometimes quickly, to respond to emergencies, natural disasters, and to maintain order.
Push to talk two-way radios are invaluable lifelines for nearly every national park employee.
Garden centers across the country are gearing up for one of your busiest seasons of the year. If you’re like many, you’ll be bringing in supplemental seasonal staff to help carry the load during the busy spring and summer growing seasons. That means communication is more critical than ever. Think about all the possible problems related to spring in your industry:
New staff with a limited understanding of products and many questions.
Problems with computer equipment.
Lost flowers, plants, potting soil, and more.
Difficulty identifying unfamiliar plants or understanding customer wishes.
Two-way radios are only of use to business organizations when they are sufficiently charged to do what is needed of them. Because of this, two-way radio chargers are just as important to consider when buying a communications system for your business as the radios themselves. You will find there are a variety of options available for charging your radios and some may be a better match for your needs.
Fish and game staff cover a lot of ground on any given day. Whether your people are in the field gathering information on wildlife and fish populations, investigating accidents that occur while people are hunting or fishing, or patrolling assigned routes to ensure there are no violations of hunting laws or risky behaviors going on in popular hunting and fishing areas, they are out and about and may need to be able to communicate freely with others along the way.
These are just a few of the reasons why two-way push to talk radios are ideal for fish and game staff in the office and on the go.
Recent news for people working on road crews, highway flaggers, in particular, has been dismal, from a safety perspective. Too many distracted drivers on the road aren’t paying attention to what they’re doing behind the wheel or simply driving too fast through construction zones with devastating consequences. And now that spring has arrived pothole crews are out-and-about in vast numbers.
Making massive safety improvements just one of the many reasons to consider using push to talk two-way radios for roadway construction and repair crews. Other considerations include those listed below.
If you’re a landscape company owner, you understand the unique challenges companies such as yours face when it comes to instant communication. Whether you’re working over large distances, like on golf courses, across open fields, or even landscaping for outdoor security in large office complexes, there are numerous obstacles that make traditional means of communications difficult.
OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, has strict regulations related to hazardous noise levels in the workplace/ and the requirement of employers to protect workers from hearing loss related to them in light of a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that work-related exposure to hazardous noise levels affects nearly 22 million Americans.
From retail nurseries to wholesale nurseries that keep local businesses growing, there is one constant that all nursery businesses require: Communication. Mobile phone communication presents unique challenges to growers in the field and lacks the discretion and versatility push to talk two-way radios deliver day after day.