The Oil and Gas industry has been under attack for its safety record over the last few years. From the Deepwater Horizon disaster to recent oil spills in the Mississippi River safety is an ongoing and sensitive issue for the Oil and Gas industry.
Accurate and effective communication is critical to ensuring a safe working environment and this is even more critical in the Oil and Gas industry where hostile environments place additional challenges on workers.
That’s why safety leaders are focusing very closely on deploying the very best communication headsets in the Oil and Gas industry.
Sensear has partnered with many of the worlds leading Oil and Gas companies to find the right high noise communication solution across their operations. Because Sensear’s Intrinsically Safe Headsets have been built specifically for the diverse needs of the Oil and Gas industry they are delivering a powerful communication solution in many different applications.
Turnaround Productivity enhanced with the right Communication Headsets
One of the most critical operational processes in the Oil and Gas industry is the shut down and turnaround. Historically when operational leaders are walking around the plant to discuss plans it was very difficult to communicate effectively. In most cases managers had to go to a more quiet area just to communicate and this had a negative impact on productivity.
With Sensear’s communication headsets, managers are able to communicate seamlessly as they walked the facility, which has resulted in a more efficient turnaround process. According to one of our customers on the North Slope of Alaska, “Sensear headsets certainly proved to be of immense value during our recent shutdown activities and ought to receive company wide recognition as one of the two most significant technological improvements in safety discovered and utilized in what is arguably the most successful full plant turnaround in the history of our oil field.”
Other Applications Unique to the Oil and Gas Industry
There are a multitude of different applications where communication is critical in the Oil and Gas industry. Apart from the common need for Two-way radio headset solutions there are a number of other applications that represent unique challenges:
Digital Hearing Protection - Hearing protection is a requirement across most operational areas and in many cases is a perquisite for communication headsets. Because Sensear’s Intrinsically Safe Headsets have a volume limiter all noise output to the ear is limited to 82dB. This delivers another level of hearing protection guarantee for workers.
Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headsets - There is a growing need for Intrinsically Safe Bluetooth headsets as Bluetooth communication device gain traction in the industry. We have had a number of customers who are moving to wireless Intrinsically Safe Bluetooth Communication devices and they naturally are looking for an Intrinsically Safe Bluetooth headset to pair to these devices.
Headset to Headset Communication - Many situations require workers to communicate in close work groups while staying connected to the wider operations on their Two-way radio. This is a very common for maintenance crews who constantly work in teams to repair machinery.
Sensear’s Digital Intrinsically Safe Headset meet the unique needs of the Oil and Gas Industry
What makes Sensear’s Intrinsically Safe headset so unique is their cross communication device functionality. Built into the one Intrinsically Safe headset is the capability to connect to Two-way radio’s (Bluetooth and Analog), Bluetooth Smart Phones and Tablets, and also to provide a Headset-to-Headset communication solution for work groups.
Further because of Sensear’s SENS (Speech Enhancement, Noise Suppression) technology workers can communicate face-to-face in noise levels up to 95-97dB.
Because Sensear Intrinsically Safe headsets enable full 360 degrees situational awareness and limit noise into the ear to 82dB, they are the safest communication headset available to the Oil and Gas industry.
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