SoloProtect to make Safety in Construction Show debut

SoloProtect will be attending the Safety in Construction Show in Loughborough on Wednesday 6th October 2021, for the first time.


SoloProtect, the provider of personal safety solutions to UK and international markets, will be attending the Safety in Construction Show in Loughborough on Wednesday 6th October 2021, for the first time.

Several members of the SoloProtect team will be on stand B30 to discuss and advise on the personal protection solutions available to workers in the construction industry.

Hannah Southwell, UK Marketing Manager at SoloProtect, said:

"We’re looking forward to making our debut at the Safety in Construction Show this year. We’ll be demoing a number of personal safety devices which provide users with 24/7 emergency support at the press of a button, along with man-down detection.

"We’ll also be presenting our new mobile app which is the ideal option for workers who have a mobile phone but don’t wish to carry a separate safety device.

"But it’s not just about emergency support. In parallel, we’ll explain how SoloProtect Insights, our workforce safety management tool, can help managers to easily administer their solution, ensure the safety of their mobile workers, track the progress of work, efficiently redeploy staff to where they’re needed most, report on solution usage, train staff on how the solution works, and more."

There will be 50 other businesses exhibiting alongside SoloProtect who’re leading providers of construction-specific safety equipment and services, wellbeing services, SHE software and training.

There will also be two presentation theatres running throughout the day covering a range of topics from mental health in construction to dust monitoring.

The event is ideal for anyone with a responsibility for health, safety and wellbeing in the construction, civils, utilities and high-risk sectors.

If you’d like to attend, there’s still time to book your free ticket.

Register here.

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