Sirius Signal Field Study Helps Save the SOS Signal Used for Maritime Emergencies

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 1/29/19 Danielle Doyle 888.526.0005 danielle@siriussignal.com The Sirius Signal team worked with USCG representatives to conduct studies researching the best colors and sequences to use when summoning help in a maritime emergency. Their findings resulted in new carriage requirements and regulations. San Diego, CA — After 100 years, the marine SOS […]

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Kicking the Flare Disposal Problem Down the Road

They’re not just hazardous waste; they’re explosive hazardous waste.

We’re talking about out of date flares. Each year, the number of places that will accept expired flares for “free” continues to dwindle. Topping the list is the recent decision of the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary to no longer accept them, preceded by the same decision by most fire department stations.

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SOS Distress Light Saves Fishermen’s Lives in Gulf of Mexico

On Jan 5, 2017, Michael (31 year Army veteran) and a buddy with limited boat-handling experience departed Mobile, Alabama on an offshore overnight tuna fishing trip. The crew of two aboard a World Cat, a 25-foot center console power cat, departed in the early morning from the Fort Morgan boat ramp intending to return Jan […]

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