There is abundant proof that Sigalarm protects workers. Many lives have been spared because of the reliable proximity alarms and devices we develop and manufacture. Workers in most industries are careful to wear helmets, safety glasses, and other gear as they are trained to do. Sigalarm adds a safety net to the work environment that keeps everyone protected.

The term “Safety Net” is rather obvious, but let’s examine how it might affect the average company that makes use of construction equipment, delivery trucks, transportation vehicles, military vehicles, or anything big that can do harm.

A Safety Net For Your People and Your Company

A Safety Net Mindset

Sigalarm has really influenced the safety culture for a lot of companies . . . more
Ashley Pertler, Operations Manager

Ashley shares how companies often change their entire safety culture after a tragic accident. She explains how this has a domino effect on other companies that creates a safety net for all. She calls it a . . .


A Safety Net for Workers

We have written before about avoiding electrocution. Crane accidents and electrocutions are the deadliest work-environment threats to the workers. Sigalarm will ring the clarion call forever to companies to make sure their most important asset, their people, are kept safe. Workers often have trouble judging power line distances. Sigalarm reliably detects e-fields so your workers can focus on their job. Whether it’s concrete pumping, firefighting, TV broadcasting or any number of activities, we are here to help companies provide a safety net.

A Safety Net for Companies

There is another asset we believe we can help protect . . . your company’s finances! How’s that?

Well, let’s examine a brief history of lawsuits:

  • $400,000 awarded in wrongful death of a man in Martinez, CA (Oakland Tribune, October 21, 1972)
  • $3,200,000 judgment in settlement in Illinois (Chicago Sun-Times, February 10, 1973)
  • Wrongful death lawsuit in York County, Nebraska (News-Times, March 3, 2011)
  • The list could go on and on . . .

According to a new report released by the Center for Construction Research and Training (CPWR), an annual average of 22 construction workers were killed in crane-related incidents from 1992 to 2006. . . . According to the report, the most common cause of death was overhead power line electrocutions which represented 32 percent of crane-related fatalities. Half of all electrocutions were associated with the crane boom or cable contacting an overhead power line while others involved a power line coming into contact with unspecified parts of the crane.

The team at Sigalarm understands how catastrophic an accident can be for a company. We know of companies that had to close their doors because of lawsuits. Our hope is to help eliminate this financial danger so your company can prosper.

Let us help you add a safety net for your people and your business. Our specialists would be more than happy to speak with you. Call us today, and we can help you achieve your safety goals.