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Yellowhead County

The Safety Connection: How Nova Communications Created High-Capacity Connectivity in Yellowhead County

Yellowhead County, a municipal district in West Central Alberta was formed when the province of Alberta was in a downsizing phase in the mid-1990’s, encompassing the towns of Edson and Hinton. Yellowhead County is home to almost 11,000 residents and spans over 22,000 square kilometres. Yellowhead County faced a problem when their primary communications system… Read More»

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Everything You Need to Know About Intrinsically Safe Two-Way Radios

For industries that are exposed to combustible materials such as vapours and dust, or flammable chemicals and gasses, workers require an extra level of protection. You need devices that will uphold in the environment – not ones that will become a hazard and end up risking your safety. When you need a device that will… Read More»

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3 Important Reasons Why Mining, Oil & Gas Industries Use the XPR7550 IS Radio

Motorola’s MOTOTRBO™ XPR7550 IS radio is a top-of-the-line, Canadian Standard Association Intrinsically Safe (CSA IS) radio designed specifically for safe team communications in rough conditions and hazardous work environments, such as gas plants, oil refineries, or underground mines. This full deal rugged radio comes equipped with loud and clear audio, a large, full-color display for… Read More»

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3 Reasons Why You Need the EVX-S24 Portable Radio for Manufacturing

From the warehouse to the transport truck, keeping your team members connected throughout the day is crucial to keeping your operations running smoothly and efficiently. To do so you need a device that will meet your day-to-day requirements, which is why our customers in the manufacturing industry choose the EVX-S24 portable radio from Vertex to keep… Read More»

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What the New SOLAS Requirements Means for Marine Fire Teams

The International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), is a set of safety standards for the equipment, construction, and operation of merchant ships. Since its adoption in 1914 following the Titanic disaster, SOLAS has introduced several versions since, and the current version, SOLAS, 1974, is constantly updated and amended to ensure safety… Read More»

            
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