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Night Tech Gear introduce shoe lights to illuminate a safer workplace.

Posted on 04-Jun-2018 15:31:13

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Night Tech Gear creators of the world’s first industrial shoe lighting system, have announced the launch of Night Shift Shoe Lights. The Night Shift Shoe Lights are the latest addition to the Night Tech Gear product line, designed to help workers identify potential hazards and reduce workplace falls. Night Shift Shoe Lights are worn on shoes or boots and are for the rigors of industrial use. They provide hands-free lighting in low-light work environments with 400 lumens of LED lights that deliver 90 meters of forward beam and visibility from all sides to prevent workplace accidents, lost productivity and employer liability.

Nightshift workers make up 20 percent of all U.S. workers, laboring in low-light conditions making them highly susceptible to trip and fall accidents. Night Shift Shoe Lights provide hands-free personal safety lighting to keep workers safe, injury-free and productive while they perform mission-critical tasks. Night Shift is OSHA compliant and enhances any work environment, reducing accidents and corporate liability. Designed for construction, transit, industrial, delivery, mining and countless other industries, Night Shift Shoe Lights have no headbands, belts, or straps, and doesn’t get in the way of other equipment leaving the workers hands free to safely do their job.

“After 35 years in the construction industry, I know safety is of paramount importance, and Night Shift Shoe Lights help protect those in the workplace from falls and collisions due to dark working conditions,” said Doug Storer, CEO and Founder of Night Tech Gear. “Costs associated with workplace fall incidents have been estimated at $70 billion annually, so investing in the personal, user-friendly lighting system is an economical way to maximize a safe work environment and minimize liability.”

SMW Download - Understanding the Key Threats and Trends in Transport Safety and Security The Night Shift Shoe Lights feature a patented, proprietary technology that includes two ultra-light shoe lights illuminating the space ahead of the worker, while rear-facing lights keep the wearer visible to other workers or vehicles from all angles. The fortified, high-impact resistant case is water and dust resistant and mounted on an ultra-secure adjustable shoelace-clip. At just 2.4 ounces each, Night Shift Shoe Lights are easily and unobtrusively clipped on the user’s shoe or boot. Designed to provide safe lighting for workers through their whole shift, the Night Shift Shoe Lights come with a rechargeable battery pack that lasts up to 10 hours and can be replaced with an additional battery pack for extra-long use. Night Tech Gear guarantees performance and durability and is backed with a one-year manufacturer warranty against defects.

 Night Shift Shoe Lights are Exhibitors at Safe Rail Transport Security Congress in Washington DC (June 11th - 12th, 2018 )


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