Eemits Delivers TRBOCALL System to Falck Fire Services UK

Eemits Delivers TRBOCALL System to Falck Fire Services UK

Working alongside international provider of industrial fire and rescue services – Falck Fire Services UK – Eemits has successfully helped the company to upgrade its two-way radio system with the implementation of our unique modular platform, TRBOCALL.

Falck were using an analogue radio system, with outdated equipment that significantly lacked coverage and audio quality. As such, we upgraded the company’s infrastructure placing them on our region wide Capacity Max network with built in redundancy ensuring that there is no down time. The futureproof network offers unrivalled coverage, eradicating Falck’s problem of poor coverage and low audio quality.

Operating in high risk environments, Falck is extremely focused on ensuring that the safety for all of its workers and clients is number one priority along with business continuity. As such Eemits also equipped Falck with a fallback control room radio system in the event that their primary control became compromised. As such the company was keen to integrate safety and system monitoring features that are options within the TRBOCALL modular system, all of which can be tailored to individual business needs.

Falck opted to integrate personal safety software features such as a panic alarm, whereby a worker can activate this on the radio and an immediate emergency response will be made and if a worker was to have a trip or fall, the man down alarm will be automatically activated. Also, all lone workers will feel safe as they have to check in every 60 minutes, failure to do so, and an emergency team will respond. Reporting functionality allows full audit trails of verbal communications, text messages and GPS tracking.

Not only have we upgraded the system in terms of infrastructure, we have also uniquely integrated bespoke software to the firm’s radio hardware devices. This has helped the company to significantly increase safety, drive productivity and improve efficiencies.