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Infants tagged in Essex

12th November 2009

A new infant protection system has been introduced at the Fryatt Hospital in Harwich, Essex, to prevent children from being abducted.

Infants at the trust can now wear a Hugs tag attached to their ankle by a soft tamper-proof strap in a system supplied by Xmark. A computer console displays images of floor plans of the area which show tag locations with monitored areas and doors indicated and if the child is moved to a different zone or the strap tampered with an alarm sounds.

 

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Article Information

Title: Infants tagged in Essex
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 13241
Date Added: 12th Nov 2009

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