Tips to Practice Using PeakPTT Two Way Radios for Emergencies

Natural and man-made disasters can cause power outages and emergencies that last a few hours, a few days, or a week or longer in the most severe circumstances. This can result in thousands of dollars in losses for your firm.

Push to talk (PTT) two-way radios  are used by emergency and public safety organizations, such as police and fire departments, medical teams, and college campus security. Additionally, your firm can utilize push-to-talk two way radios not only in the event of natural catastrophes or other crises, but in everyday operations too. PTT two-way radios are an economic resource that can potentially save your organization money in emergency scenarios!

Your team can maintain radio communication around a fixed site or campus of buildings in the event of an emergency for hours, if not days.

 Why Are  Push to Talk Two -Way Radios Are an Excellent Method of Maintaining Communication and Operating Your Business During an Emergency?

In uncertain circumstances, people become more worried, which might result in panic as communications are frequently misconstrued or misread. This two-way radio communication is the best solution.

Unlike cell phones, two-way radios do not rely exclusively on cell towers. You lose cell phone service if the power to a cell tower goes out or the tower is knocked down. While PeakPTT two-way radios use cellular data, they also use WiFi and the Internet as their communication protocol. What’s more, PeakPTT two-way radios have lone worker and panic button features.

Prepare ahead of time and utilize two-way radios to prevent overburdened cell phone systems in the event of an emergency. No doubt this is really helping to enhance communication

Tips on How to Maintain a Fully Charged Two-Way Radio Battery During a Power Outage, Crisis, or Emergency

 1)  Be prepared.

Even if you do not use two-way radios on a daily basis, you should keep the batteries for your emergency radios charged and do a weekly radio check. A weekly radio check identifies any equipment or personnel problems. Having to teach workers during an emergency will eat battery power rather than conserve it.

2) Keep spare two-way radio battery equipment on hand and accessible.

Numerous commercial two-way radio chargers include an additional battery slot. Maintaining two charged batteries effectively doubles the life of radios in an emergency. Additionally, certain commercial two-way radios can be supplied with alkaline batteries of standard size. These alkaline batteries have a long shelf life and can be useful if there is a prolonged power outage.

3) Have multiple PTT two-way radio charging options.

Peak PTT two-way radios have the option to utilize multiple charging options. From a single radio desktop charging station to  6-way radio charging station or 8-way radio charging station, you’re covered to keep extra radios charged for emergencies.

Contact us here at PeakPTT if you have any questions about Peak PTT two-way radios, accessories, or services. 855-600-6161