Arbon Equipment supplies the Rite-Vu light communication systems from Rite-Hite that are designed for visual warning applications at loading docks.
The world is visual by nature. Most of the cues for traffic flow, directions and movement are drawn from lights instead of words and sounds.
Clear visual communication makes travel safer. Just as it makes loading docks safer with the Rite-Vu light communication systems.
Rite-Hite introduced the Dok-Lok in 1980 as a vehicle restraint system for loading docks. Now the company offers light communication systems that are designed to enhance Dok-Lok communication with line-of-sight notifications.
These light communication systems are one of the earliest visual warning systems created to address the dangers at the loading dock.
Workers getting struck on the foot at loading docks is the second leading cause of forklift-related fatalities. Pedestrians and drivers at any loading dock are constantly moving with limited visibility and no clear or concise visual warnings.
Rite-Vu light communication systems are designed as complete detection and visual management warning systems. These loading dock safety systems include Pedestrian-Vu, Corner-Vu and Leveler-Vu that are available together or separately.
Rite-Vu provides pedestrians with ‘status at a glance’ visual warnings if a forklift is servicing a trailer while providing drivers with clear ‘safe to enter or exit’ visual warnings of trailers secured to the dock with Dok-Loks.
Rite-Vu light communication systems create a safer, more efficient and more productive environment.