The past ten years have presented some drastic changes within the 2-way industry. The advancement of digital radio portfolios such as Motorola’s MotoTRBO, Kenwood’s NexEdge, and other DMR vendors have given additional value to radio users in commercial and industrial organizations. These integrated solutions and applications for voice and data while increasing capacity and providing digital clarity.

In addition to these benefits, the past months have shown an increased movement towards safety compliance and awareness within 2-way radio vendors and accessory partners like Sensear.

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A throat microphone, also known as a laryngophone, senses and absorbs audio vibrations from the user’s throat via a sensor that is worn against the neck.

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Two-way radio communication isn’t just for high noise industrial environments. Clear, uninterrupted communication between persons in different locations can be essential. If you are unsure a two-way radio headset would be beneficial in your work environment, or believe that it would be a wasted expense, perhaps Captain Josh’s story may help you decide.

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“What? What did you say? I can’t hear you; let’s get off the plant floor and you can fill me in, after our ears stop ringing.” Is this a typical occurrence in your workplace?

Industrial noise in a work environment is a concern for all employers. This noise can cause hearing loss, stress, interfere with communications, reduce productivity, and potentially cause accidents due to the inability to hear warning shouts or signals. Improving communications and reducing the risk of injury is one of the benefits of a good communication headset.

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With the large variety of two-way headsets out there to choose from, it is hard to know how to choose the best solution for your business. The best value isn’t necessarily the cheapest option, and the most expensive option isn’t necessarily the best choice.

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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.

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