Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, April 04, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- With headlines in the press on a regular basis about anti-social, knife crime and criminal behaviour in schools and colleges, a solution to help schools and other places of learning keep their students and teachers safer than ever has been launched with the School Safe Radio Communication System.
‘School Safe’ is the new communication system that allows schools, colleges and universities to use modern two way radio systems to communicate over a wide area in a fast, easy and proven way which enhances safety and communication.
Speaking about the new School Safe system, Ian Curry the General Manager of Apex Radio Systems Ltd (the providers of School Safe Radios and 2 Way Experts) said:
“Nothing is more important than the safety of children when at school. With the new School Safe Radio System, UK Schools can now take advantage of our Free Trial which will allow them to test School Safe 2 Way Radios like the Motorola XTNi in the comfort of their own school. This no risk way to improve their communications looks like being very popular with Schools and regulators.”
And so does School Safe really work?
John McLeod of The King’s School in Tynemouth has this to say about School Safe:
“We teach children from the ages of 4 - 18 and it is important to us to ensure the safety of every one of our pupils. We pride ourselves on having a caring and happy community, and we feel that by having a radio system we are helping to ensure the safety and well being of all our pupils and staff. If any other school or college was looking into the possibility of improving communication and health and safety in their premises, I would not hesitate in recommending them to use School Safe from Apex Radio Systems Ltd.”
For more information on School Safe, to arrange an interview with Ian Curry or to take advantage of the no risk, Free School Safe trial for your school, contact Ian at firstname.lastname@example.org, call Ian on 0191 228 0466 or visit http://www.apexradio.co.uk/services/school-safe-109.html or http://www.apexradio.co.uk