Machinery spaces patrol alarm & lone worker system with portable wireless (keyfob Tx) resetting and emergency calling...
Marine grade CCTV systems and specialist nightvision (active range gated) cameras for long range surveillance in total darkness...
High sound power level (SPL) acoustic area denial system deters unwanted "guests" gaining access to un-manned production platforms...
Portable wireless PIR motion sensors help detect unauthorised boardings i.e. intruders, stowaways, pirates...etc...
Elevator/lift car presence indication and personnel warning panel, to help prevent accidents and fatalities...
Non-contact IR spot beam temperature monitoring of critical machinery. Adjustable high/low alarm limits...
Safety and security systems designed to help protect ship's staff who often find themselves working in isolated and vulnerable conditions.
CCTV and camera systems for surveillance against unwanted guests - stowaways, thieves, pirates...etc - trying to board by unauthorised means.
Defend against disruptive intruders gaining access to un-manned production platforms via the boat landing area. Reduce lost production time through stolen or damaged equipment.
Detect unauthorised approaches - fishermen, scavengers...etc - using long range wide angle PIRs which then activate long range acoustic devices(LRADs).
Supplement existing safety measures to help protect service and maintenance personnel as they attend offshore wind turbine towers. Wireless keyfob transmitters allow emergency calling
from any position in the tower or nacelle + lone worker protection if required. Automatic coded emergency radio transmissions to the support vessel in emergencies.
Establishing a healthy and safe working environment for lone workers can be different from organizing the health and safety of other crew members - they should not be put at more risk than other crew working onboard.
It will often be safe to work alone. However, managers should think about and deal with any health and safety risks before people are allowed to do so.
One option is to provide these crew members with lone worker protection and emergency calling equipment; thereby improving the chances of a successful outcome should the worst happen.