Two-Way Radio Support for Reliable Infrastructure Support and Project Co-ordination
Infrastructure projects within the UK depend on reliable communications to co-ordinate project resource and ensure tasks are completed safely and on time. The knock-on effects incurred due to poor communications can lead to personal injury or failure to meet project deadlines, with an added cost implication.
The team here at 2CL understand the importance placed on two-way radio and, working with you, can implement a radio system which provides your project team with effective two-way communications.
Infrastructure Hire for Short Term Projects
With a huge range of products on offer and extensive industry knowledge, we will understand your exact requirements and can recommend the most suitable system, to benefit your operations and offer seamless communications to suit your needs. 2CL are proud to have supported Balfour Beatty for one of their recent construction projects with the short-term hire of some Motorola MOTOTRBO DP4400 UHF two-way radios. With one of the largest fleets of hire radios, we can facilitate the supply of radios to support a range of infrastructure project duration. With a minimum hire period of 1 week, you can easily factor in your radio requirements in line with your project plan, even if radio is not needed for the duration of the project, you can provide secure communications to ensure safety on key tasks.
Moving forward from the initial build phase, with vast experience in system installation and maintenance, we can work with infrastructure teams to establish, upon successful completion, a fully-functioning radio system for the end user, which can be fully maintained and supported by our 2CL Communications support team.
Employee Safety with Two-Way Radio
With the ever-increasing importance of employee safety, two-way radio systems can provide an effective means on Lone Worker and Man Down monitoring. Whether a lone plant engineer or an electrician working on high voltage equipment, the demand for automated monitoring functions can be met using digital radio systems.
- Providing users with the ability to send off emergency alarms if they fail to respond within a pre-determined time.
- Lone Worker emergency, to monitor employee activity from a centralised control room, or using a supervisor’s display radio.
- Combined with GPS Positioning, digital radio can aid emergency team response times, often making the crucial difference in maintaining employee safety.
- Man Down tilt switches, used to trigger emergency alarms sequences based on the users body position. Should they suffer a fall, the radio will send an emergency message, even when a user isn’t physically able to.
2CL Technical Through-Life Support
Our highly trained, experienced and technical staff can work with you through the design and delivery of your radio system. From the initial site visit, through to design, build and delivery, to after sales support and maintenance care. We understand that your two-way radio system is vital to the safe operation of your facility and are proud to be able to provide a 24-hour call up support service. If your system fails, we can be on hand to restore operational capability, in a timely manner.
As a successful, award-winning, established company in the two-way radio industry, we draw on an unrivalled wealth of knowledge and experience in order to deliver an excellent level of customer service. We have the technical ability to design and build custom solutions tailored to specific requirements and function to suit your exact specification.
Financial Support for Radio Infrastructure
Here at 2CL Communications, we are proud to be a financially strong company, with the capabilities to offer flexible payment options, long-term hire and lease finance. We will work with you to ensure that your need for an exceptional two-way radio system is met, and in line with your budgets.
Road Infrastructure Projects
2CL have had a long supply and support relationship with Carillion who, working in partnership with the Highways Agency to support the maintenance teams who look after the M40 Motorway. The radio system operates over a BT line, from two locations close to the motorway, and provides coverage to three controlling depots, and radios installed into a wide variety of maintenance vehicles including road gritters.