Aug. 15, 2018

Traka at Health & Safety Scotland

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  • Traka at Health & Safety Scotland
  • Traka S-Touch Series

Traka will be at Health & Safety Scotland to demonstrate the latest solutions to drive health and safety compliance.

On stand HS63, Traka will be showcasing its latest systems and key ability to create tailored management solutions to achieve the health and safety requirements of any organisation.

Included on the stand is Traka’s exclusive Modular Locker system, featuring specialist body worn camera scanners; highlighting their increasing presence in the community and specialist requirements for safe and secure storage.

Visitors to the stand will also be able to see live demonstrations of Traka’s innovative S-Touch Cabinet. Designed to securely house expensive equipment such as tools and laptops, S-Touch systems have the added benefits of charging facilities and customizable designs.

Says Lee Payne, Market Development Manager at Traka: “With the fast-evolving nature of health and safety legislation, companies that demonstrate compliance are often recognised as the more professional and well-run; especially those who can control, manage and audit the use of every key or asset.

“This is where Traka solutions can integrate into everyday operations. And we’ve worked hard to ensure our systems match latest technology requirements such as body-worn camera scanners, that must be carefully stored to ensure they are available for instant use in a fast-moving situation.”

Visitors will be able to see live displays of a range of Traka’s specialist systems, including its popular Touch series, presenting its ability to either operate as standalone systems requiring no network capabilities or networked via Traka’s exclusive Web software.

Lee concluded: “Our aim at Health and Safety Scotland is to demonstrate Traka’s ability to drive tailored solutions that offer accountability, efficiency and significant cost savings, without compromising on compliance to increasingly stringent health and safety legislation.”

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