Inadequate warning lighting is a huge risk factor across almost all sectors where health and safety legislation is prevalent.
The quicker and easier it is to set up a hazard warning system, the more easily accidents are avoided and manual handling risks reduced.
As the darker winter nights are approaching it is time to think about a strong, durable, eco-friendly safety light, and you don’t need to look any further than the Skipper rechargeable safety light, ideal for:
- Construction Sites
- Warehousing & Factories
- Traffic/road maintenance
- Parking & Retail
- Petrol Forecourts
- Events & Queue Management
And many more
Investing in high-quality products pays off.
Safety lighting is essential where there is low visibility, such as in mist, rain and other poor lighting conditions. With Skipper and its LED rechargeable safety light, you can create fast and effective hazard demarcation, while utilising Skipper’s incredible 9m retractable tape safety barrier.
The environmentally friendly light is a multifunctional LED warning light that is fully rechargeable, meaning huge savings on batteries, which are kept out of landfill (where heavy metals may leak into the ground when the battery casing corrodes, causing soil and water pollution).
With permanent or flashing facility (US, European and UK flash presets) it also includes a light sensor for automatic activation, further reducing energy use by only emitting light when necessary.
Indoor and outdoor use
Using the safety light both indoors and outdoors is simple. For outdoor use such as roadworks, construction sites and petrol stations, the Skipper unit is ideal – just twist off the Skipper unit’s top cap and replace it with the safety light- no screws or fixings are required! Attach the Skipper unit to it’s post & base system, standard traffic cones or the unique Skipper road cone for a rapid and effective safety barrier.
The safety light also attaches to the Skipper XS unit – a compact unit specifically designed to attach to any indoor surface with its range of innovative accessories, while still maintaining the full 9m retractable tape that’s made the Skipper unit a worldwide leader in safety.
Skipper rechargeable safety light FAQs
How long does the light work until it runs out of charge?
This depends on the quality of the batteries used. We recommend using lithium based batteries. The average output for the light is 25 hours on the permanent setting and 57 hours on the flash setting. The performance of the light unit will be greatly affected by temperature (because of the effect temperature has on battery life). In average, outdoor conditions, the charge will last much longer than the times stated above.
Is the Skipper light compliant with any safety standards?
The Skipper light conforms to BS3143 part 2 1990.