Harvesting season is on the horizon. If you own or manage a farm, you’re probably looking for ways to improve your operations all the time. Even making small improvements and optimizing your business in any way you can always greatly benefits your bottom line.
One thing that many farms have been turning to, particularly during harvesting season, is push to talk two-way radios.
The school season is officially back and that means school is in session for charter schools. With the increase in popularity of charter schools, there are more of them around the country and more students enrolled at charter schools and staff working at them. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), there are around 7,000 charter schools in the U.S. with 3 million students enrolled.
In every land surveying business, communication is paramount. You need every team member to be able to easily communicate with one another and people at the office when they’re out in the field to streamline operations and ensure safety.
A simple and effective way to improve communication, bolster efficiency, and increase safety and emergency response time is to implement push to talk two-way radios. Below, we’ll go over some of the benefits of using push to talk two-way radios for land surveying.
Managing employees on just one construction project can be a challenge, so it’s no surprise that managing employees across multiple construction sites is an even bigger challenge. Every site has a team of employees you need to stay on top of, along with schedules, budgets, technicalities, and specific needs.
Common problems that managers can face when dealing with multi-site construction projects include overrunning construction costs, late delivery, and mismanagement that can result in lower quality for your clients.
Construction manufacturing and distribution companies all over the country rely on concrete companies to operate. Concrete is a universal foundation of all different types of construction, and without it, the modern world wouldn’t be the same.
Concrete companies employ a variety of specialty employees, equipment, and infrastructure. They employ mixer fleets, cement plants, grinding mills, cement terminals, and much more. Plus, concrete is necessary for such a wide range of projects including hospitals, stadiums, warehouse distribution centers, universities, bridges, piers, condominiums, expressways, office buildings, and more.
Streamlined operations are essential to the success of every refuse collection company. One of the key aspects to achieving optimal efficiency for refuse collection companies is good communication and the right communication devices. Push to talk two-way radios are the best and simplest way to increase efficiency, improve productivity, and increase the safety of your employees.
As the end of summer is in sight, staff and teachers are gearing up for the beginning of the school year. Many principals, administrators, and other staff members may be recommending new communication devices to better connect staff members, or they may be updating their current service provider.
As a result, many people look towards investing in two-way radios in their schools. PeakPTT’s K2 platform includes a variety of options for choosing a high-quality PeakPTT radio that suits your school’s and your staff’s specific needs. Every radio has different features and you can choose the radios for your staff based on what you are looking for and what features you would like.
PeakPTT radios can help with countless issues and improve communication school-wide, improve the security and safety of students, and make things run more smoothly overall. Plus, our radios include 60-second GPS tracking so you will never be unable to track down a staff member, wherever they are.
In this blog post, we’ll go over the PeaktPTT K2 Platform which has many options and is perfect for every school, no matter the size.
Fairgrounds are lively, often packed, places when they’re in use. Whether it’s a fall festival, a concert, a Christmas market, or other large event, successful management and operation of a fairground requires good and reliable communication first and foremost.