Ideally these scooters would have a speedometer and a warning device
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manufacturer, has recently added additional fault monitoring to give SIL 2 compatibility to its products.
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It seems sensible to avoid accidents by having some sort of warning device
such as a bell or a hooter fitted to scooters.
However, they may overlook a silent but equally deadly killer which could also be prevented by having a warning device
Cycle paths are often overgrown, littered with debris, glass, dogs on long leads and pedestrians with iPod's, oblivious to their surroundings, which no warning device
can overcome and the position of many cycle lanes is simply bizarre.
It is a legal requirement to have a warning device
fitted inside the vehicle to inform you of any faults with the caravan's indicator system.
The new E2S Hootronic has been successfully trialled at the Port of Felixstowe, where the cranes cannot operate without a functioning warning device
The board recommended improved emergency training and said trainees should be equipped with a bleeping warning device