May 5, 2017

Airport buses provide handy weapons – post customs check

Due to increased threat of terror attacks, security at airports has become increasingly restrictive.  All sharp items or objects that are deemed as being a potential weapon have been forbidden on the sterile airside of security. Busses or passenger transport
May 4, 2017

Evolution of Safety Punch

East London Bus Group was the first operator to initiate proper trials with the safeTpunch on operating routes in South East London. The devices were installed and presented to both the management of ELBG and Transport for London representatives at
September 22, 2014

WorkSafeBC approves emergency exit product

(Canadian OH&S News) — Safe T Punch (STP), a product designed to allow trapped workers to emerge from mobile equipment when the primary escape hatch is not usable or practical, has received approval for use in British Columbia. Produced in
September 11, 2014

Window smashing button approved for use in B.C.

OH&S by RUSSELL HIXSON Sep 11, 2014 last update: Oct 8, 2014 Trapped heavy equipment operators can now punch their way through glass to freedom. A small red button designed to smash through glass, called the Safe T Punch, was approved by WorkSafeBC