No matter what kind of project you are working on, it is important that the job moves along safely and efficiently. Specializing in collision avoidance and proximity detection, Guardvant can help to ensure that your project fits these criteria. Keep reading for a look at the Guardvant installation process.
Meeting, Survey, and Inspection
The organized rollout of a plan is as important as the plan itself. The Guardvant installation process begins with an initial meeting, at which point the plan becomes finalized. Then equipment and communications are surveyed and inspected to ensure that the installation process will move along according to the plan. After the initial meeting, survey, and inspection, Guardvant starts to put the plan into action.
Manufacture, Deployment, and Training
The next step is to manufacture the necessary hardware. Once it has been shipped, the system deployment phase begins. At this point all on-board equipment, as well as alerts and reporting, will be installed and configured. Supervisors and technicians must be trained, and an orientation is held for operators. This training is necessary for the successful installation and adoption of a new system.
Commissioning and Acceptance
Once all equipment and communications have been tested, hardware has been shipped, and operators have been trained, the final steps of the Guardvant installation process are system commissioning and system acceptance. This starts with a silent run, which is then followed up with a live run in which alerts are activated. The final stage, system acceptance, occurs when the acceptance test has been successfully completed.
Would you like to learn more about the Guardvant installation process? Please do not hesitate to visit our website. We are committed to fatigue risk management, which is why we offer proximity detection and collision avoidance systems. Feel free to give us a call at (520) 299-1911 with any questions you have today.