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Monthly Archives: August 2017

Keeping safe and secure in the quarrying and mining industries

Posted on 29th Jan, 2015 by Jonathan Peach

safety in the quarry mining industry

Accidents happen on the best of Britain’s roads, so imagine the increased dangers drivers and employees face on quarrying and mining sites. Faced with poor road surfaces, potential dirt and dust in the atmosphere and blind spots all around means drivers need to be take extra precautions when moving around these work sites. How? Let’s find out!

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Completely FREE cyclist safety systems!

Posted on 26th Jan, 2015 by Dominic Benabda

 

Button_MessageTo celebrate 25 years of delivering innovative safety systems we’re giving away our cyclist awareness system, TurnAlarm with our DVR recording systems.

The VT TurnAlarm system is a high visibility audio and visual warning device that will alert of imminent danger, protecting vulnerable road users.

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New cloud-based safety technology hitting the market

Posted on 22nd Jan, 2015 by Jonathan Peach

cloud based safety technology

Whenever we move into a New Year here at Vision Techniques, we’re always excited to see what new technologies will be launched in the months ahead.

Every day we’re moving towards better solutions; solutions that will gradually decrease the number of accidents on Britain’s roads and enhance the safety of all road users.

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Keeping safe on the road: Top tips for cyclists

Posted on 14th Jan, 2015 by Jonathan Peach

top tips for cyclists

Not a month goes by without serious cyclist fatalities on Britain’s roads. Each year, around 19,000 cyclists are killed or injured as a result of road accidents. We’re taking measures here at Vision Techniques to reduce these accidents on the roads, through clever technology implemented into vehicles. Cyclists can help themselves too by taking simple measures and following road safety advice, which can help save lives.

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Everything you need to know about talking reversing alarms

Posted on 8th Jan, 2015 by Jonathan Peach

everything you need to know about talking reversing alarms

Incidents caused by vehicles reversing remain one of the biggest causes of serious road accidents in the commercial, refuse and quarry and mining industries. While there are a number of steps that might help to reduce the risk of reversing accidents, talking reversing alarms remain one of the simplest and most effective methods of tackling the problem.

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