It is our priority to help keep workers, motorists and pedestrians safe by offering proven work zone safety products & services.
Leitchfield, KY and Greenville, SC (PRWEB) September 08, 2017
Site-Safe Products, LLC, specializing in work zone safety products with services ranging from sales, rentals, installation, maintenance, and repair of work zone safety, barrier/barricades, and intelligent traffic systems, today announced it has signed a reseller agreement with MyZone US, LLC. The agreement enables Site-Safe to enhance its existing safety solutions by promoting the MyZone Worker Alert System through its Regional Hubs in Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, and Texas.
The MyZone Worker Alert System is an autonomous proximity warning system designed to alert workers to approaching machinery and other hazards in their immediate work areas with 360º exposure. The MyZone Worker Alert System utilizes low frequency wireless technology to alert a worker if they are entering an area with equipment in use or if a piece of equipment is heading toward them.
“It’s impossible to predict when accidents will occur in or near work zones, so we have made it our priority to help keep workers, motorists and pedestrians safe by offering proven work zone safety products & services,” states David Rich, President, Site-Safe Products, LLC. “The MyZone Worker Alert System matches this vision seamlessly and is a perfect addition to our family of safety solutions.”
MyZone is currently used at some of largest Governmental, Rail and Private Construction projects in the world, providing unprecedented low accident frequency rates. The MyZone Worker Alert System is an aid to personal awareness and hazard safety management to be used in addition to established onsite safe working practices.
“MyZone US is very pleased to extend our relationship with Site-Safe Products through this reseller agreement,” said Amber Richards, CEO, MyZone US LLC. “Site-Safe is a market leader in work zone safety products and services and we look forward to partnering to reduce the number of work-related injuries and deaths by making the MyZone Worker Alert System available to more workers throughout the US.”