Push-to-Talk Two-Way Radios for Petroleum Plants

Petroleum plants manage hazardous materials and turn them into fuels that are beneficial to the entire world. It’s a dangerous job and one that requires people who have specific skills and knowledge to operate. From employees to management and quite a few experts in between fast access to information is often essential to maintain safety and order.

Push-to-talk two-way radios for energy companies and petroleum plants make that necessary communication possible in a fraction of a second. These are just a few of the reasons why petroleum plants need push-to-talk two-way radios.

Instant Communication

This one is key for petroleum plants where questions about situations arise that need prompt answers. Push to talk two-way radios allow for one touch, instantaneous communication so that vital questions are answered when asked. There is no looking up numbers, dialing, ringing, or voicemail to worry with. There are no endless games of phone tag that are so common with mobile phones today. There’s also no waiting for receipt of messages so common with standard text messaging or emails. Communication is lightning fast and that can, and often does, save lives.

SOS Alerts

Things go wrong in petroleum plants – as they do in many businesses. The difference is that when things do go wrong in your line of work, people can get injured, lives can be lost, and responses are needed immediately to manage the situation and minimize the damage. The safety of your employees and your city is of utmost concern to you and the SOS alert features of push-to-talk two-way radios allows your team to send immediate emergency broadcasts with priorities over all other messages. That can shave precious seconds from the response efforts that change outcomes and save lives.

Large Service Area

Know one needs to tell you that petroleum plants cover a lot of real estate. Many older two-way radios weren’t up to the task of providing communications over such large distances. Modern two-way radios provide more robust coverage so you can communicate with people on all sides of the property and beyond. You can even communicate with properly equipped members of your team across the country or on off-shore rigs.

Peak PTT understands the risks that abound in your industry and will help you find the right communications systems and radios to manage your response and collaborate with others about how best to respond until the danger has been removed.

Call us today at 855-600-6161 to learn how to use push-to-talk two-way radios to make your petroleum plant operate more safely and more efficiently.

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