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Personal Safety Monitor (PSM) Hero

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PSM Hero is the first safety monitor that combines real-time communication, early gas detection and resilient location sensing into one hand-held device.  This communication and safety tool is worn on the worker, serving as the ultimate safeguard for multiple risks simultaneously to ensure they are protected regardless of job, location, industry or working conditions.  

Other features include recognition of man down events, atmospheric and ambient data, geofencing alerts, Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) connectivity and multiple operating languages. Further business compatibility is realised through pairing additional BLE devices, customising the tool to fit business requirements using a single system, including reporting in real-time to the control room or multiple users.

These devices are available in PSM Hero 715 Intrinsically safe (Patented) and PSM Hero 825 regular models/variations, with configurable features and functions to suit your business needs, you have the most advanced safety device on the market at your fingertips.


Customisable configuration
Multi-language enabled and more
Instant messaging for communicating to multiple devices simultaneously from a single operator
Full integration with a smart alert and navigation system
Permissioned data access to maintain top security whilst not breaching confidentiality
Live communication through voice calls (Cellular) and Push-to-Talk (Mesh)
Deliver highly visible analytics to manage any situation
BLE device connectivity (including heart-rate, core temperature, respiratory rate, fatigue, blood oxygen monitors and panic button)
Additional features and functions increase size and weight in comparison to other gas detectors


Areas of Application Oil & Gas | Mining & Steel | Construction | Utilities | Transport & Logistics | Industrial Marine
Capabilities Real-Time Communication | Gas Detection | Operational Intelligence | Location-Sensing | Slips, Trips & Falls | Heart-Rate Monitoring
Certifications / licences ExVeritas 17ATEX0295 X | IIECEx EXV 17.0025 X | T4
Connectivity Cellular Connectivity GSM/GPRS Nano SIM | Mesh Network (2.4Ghz) | Bluetooth V4 BLE Up to 100m | GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, QZSS
Dimension H151mm x W85mm x D41mm
Measurement Gas measurements of CO, O2, H2S, LEL | Sensor Type Electrochemical toxic gas sensor or Galvanic Oxygen sensor
Runtime Operating Time: 8-12 hours (715) | 12-20 hours (825)
Temperature Operating Temperature: -20 to +60

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About Universal Site Monitoring

Universal Site Monitoring (USM) is an Australian company that designs and develops the next generation of safety monitoring devices via the latest industry 4.0/IoT technology. Providing essential safety data accessible from anywhere any time.

The goal of USM is to create a safer work environment for people all around the globe. With a team of technical experts based in Darwin NT, the company is perfectly situated to service Australian and the global market.  The devices can be individually custom configured to suit every operation, assisting a business’s most important asset to return home safely every day.

USM’s patented PSM technology won the National Energy Resources Australia award in the Australian Technologies Competition in 2018. 
Then in April 2020 in response to the rapid spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic, USM team’s developed an Early Warning System by adapting their GAM-A smartphone/tablet app and PSM technology - earning the company one of the 10 Funding Grants of the NERA Innovation Challenge for COVID-19.


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