Our dust monitoring technology aims to save 12,000 lives in the UK each year
Are you attending this year’s Safety in Construction Show?
If you didn’t already know, it’s being held at Holywell Park Conference Centre, Loughborough, on Wednesday 6 October 2021.
The show presents the perfect opportunity to discover an ‘outstanding range of safety products, applications, services and training specifically designed for the construction industry,’ as well as the opportunity to get back to some good old-fashioned face-to-face networking alongside other safety industry professionals.
A highlight of the event for anyone in construction, mining, tunnelling, heavy industry or manufacturing, will be the UK launch of our new, game changing, Trolex XD One Personal Dust Monitor.
Did you know that every year 12,000 workers in the UK die from preventable diseases directly related to dust and particulate inhalation? A figure, that world wide, rockets to more than half a million avoidable deaths every single year?
You might not. But we certainly do.
Which is why we’ve placed the XD One Personal Dust Monitor at the heart of our 10-year mission:
For every worker exposed to dangerous particulates to have wearable personal dust monitoring equipment by 2031.
A mission we can only achieve if:
- Businesses become properly aware of the threats posed by dust and particulates.
- People in those businesses understand that the technology to prevent deaths and illness already exists and is already available.
Designed and manufactured by Trolex, the XD One is everything every industry needs to protect workers exposed to harmful dust, and in the process help achieve that 10-year mission.
Which is why Trolex Technical Director, Kyle Hudson will be speaking live at the Safety in Construction show, Wednesday 6 October, Theatre 2, at 11.15am.
In his 30 minute presentation Kyle will spell out the very many dangers of particulate dust, introduce the XD One as the perfect way to protect workers’ health and ultimately their lives, and call on every health and safety specialist to join us on our mission.
And more than just protecting health and saving lives, there are no shortage of other benefits too. From new operational efficiencies and litigation avoidance to public relations and recruitment opportunities.
But we can’t do this on our own.
It’s not possible for any one organisation to take on such an ambitious, international mission alone. All we can do is highlight the opportunity in front of us all and get the ball rolling by designing and manufacturing the XD One.
In reality it will take a movement, and it will take momentum. A momentum that can only begin with a clear understanding of the particulate threat that surrounds us all and a hands-on appreciation of the technology we’ve developed to combat it.
What better way to start than by joining Kyle as he shares our mission live at the Safety in Construction show, on Wednesday 6th October, Theatre 2, at 11.15am.
See you there?