Hazardous area telephones include extra features designed to protect personnel when making phone calls from dangerous areas and workplaces.
Here are just five examples of the many different ways hazardous area telephones keep you safe before, during and after you make that all-important call.
- Easy to install
Features like Power over Ethernet can allow some hazardous area phones to be installed wherever there is a powered network connection – even without mains electricity.
- Easy to find
Hazardous area phones are made to be located easily, with features like brightly coloured exterior housing, loud call tones, and extra usability like light-up keypads.
- Easy to call
Programmable emergency fast dial buttons mean you can put your most important numbers on speed dial, whether to contact emergency services, responsive maintenance teams or someone else important.
- Safe as houses
As well as often being bright and easy to find, emergency phones’ exterior casing can be weather-proof and impact-resistant for use in extreme outdoor environments.
Finally, emergency phones are versatile, with some models easily adapted for desktop use or wall-mounting, and hazardous area telephones rated for use in some of the most hazardous Zone 1 and Zone 2 environments.