iRed teams up with PETA in bid to raise awareness of drone safety


iRed has confirmed that it has been invited by PETA to present a briefing for drone operations in health and safety.

Ray Faulkner, managing director, and Steve Welland, iRed’s training manager will give the breakfast briefing at the PETA centre in Cosham on February 22.

The session will demonstrate how drones can transform a business into a safer one and will keep delegates up-to-date with the latest technologies and practices from industry.

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It will cover a variety of topics and will go into detail on how drones offer a safer alternative to high-risk situations and how they can forward the approach to reducing risks when working at heights, providing a practical solution for projects and reducing time, resources and hazardous situations.

Last month, CDP spoke exclusively with iRed after it was awarded an Investors in People award.

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