OLAS tags launched - how to wear your tag.

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OLAS tags launched - how to wear your tag.

The first OLAS tags have been shipped and will be on peoples wrists around the world this Easter weekend. 

For those of you who have already received your OLAS tags I hope you have had a chance to test it out. Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions - we are here to help!

If you are heading out and you have your OLAS tag here area few pictures and advice on where to postiion your tag for maximum visibility.

We recommend wearing the OLAS tag either on your wrist or attached to the rear of your life jacket. This allow maximum visibility both visually and electronically keeping you connected at all times.

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Tom Harrop – Marine Brand Manager and head of marine development at Exposure. As a sailor, cyclist and water sport enthusiast Tom has spent the last 6 years evolving Exposure Lights technology for the marine market. Projects include the award-winning MOB, water activated search light and he has spent the last 18 months driving the development of the OLAS alert system. Living in Brighton, on the South Coast of England he can regularly be found sailing in the Solent, Kitesurfing off Shoreham or cycling in the South Downs.


In the event that the skipper or a crew member has gone overboard OLAS helps direct the remaining crew on a successful MOB recovery and communication with emergency services.