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company notes, many loading dock products that exist today were first
developed and patented by Rite-Hite.
Understanding the multidimensional dangers facing workers inside
and outside at the loading dock, Rite-Hite recently introduced two
new products to its Rite-Vu Hazard Communication Systems family –
Pedestrian-Vu for the dock’s interior and Approach-Vu for its exterior.
Outside the dock opening, from a fixed location above the dock door,
the Approach-Vu sensor detects the motion of a tractor-trailer backing
into a dock position. A visual and audible alarm located on the Dok-Lok
vehicle restraint (SHR and STR models) alerts dock workers and pedes-
trians in the drive approach of the impending danger. “This multisen-
sory alert system is particularly important because ambient noise often
masks the sound of a cab’s noisy engine, which can be 70 feet from the
back of the trailer,” says Swietlik.
Inside the dock area, Pedestrian-Vu uses motion-sensing technology
to trigger a bright blue light that projects onto the dock leveler when it
detects material handling equipment or a pedestrian’s presence inside
the trailer. Pedestrian-Vu works in conjunction with Dok-Lok products
to alert any dock worker or forklift that enters an unsecured trailer.
The blue light flickers as an audible alarm alerts the unsuspecting dock
worker that they’ve entered an unsecured trailer, while the external
light system simultaneously changes to red, warning the truck driver
that there is activity inside the trailer and that it’s not safe to pull away.
RUAN TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT
Ruan Transportation Management Systems, headquartered in Des
Moines, Iowa, has deployed advanced in-cab safety technologies in
their nationwide fleet since 2012. Advanced driver assistance systems
(ADAS) monitor events like hard braking, following distance alerts,