Radio communications offers schools an essential safety tool, providing instant communication in emergency situations.
However many schools do not seem to offer their staff proper training in its use. I have heard a local primary school near me giving out detailed child descriptions, including name and location in the school grounds. This is a potential safeguarding issue.
They have been sold handheld radio equipment by a radio company, more concerned with their bottom line, than safeguarding compliance.
As a head teacher, you need to ask yourself, can others ‘eavesdrop’ on my school communications.
Many professional handheld radio solutions that schools use, are not secure communications, and can easily been listened to. Are your communications secure?
There are also legal implications to be considered, apart from safeguarding, including the ‘Wireless & Telegraphy’ acts which apply to your staff.
We offer onsite training & equipment reviews to help your School.
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Businesses can improve their efficiency by using radio communications, including walkie talkies and longer distance solutions, such as national trunked systems.
In the factory environment workers in noisy & hazardous environments can benefit from noise cancelling headsets connected to voice operated walkie talkies. This allows them to be contacted by management, without having to enter the hazardous environment themselves. This not only is safer, but also time saving.
The time savings of radio can be used factory or office wide, allowing instant communication with colleagues, with no call costs, or time to walk to them or them to your office.
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