Cutting edge digital phone and voice over IP phone systems. So whether your phone system is out of date or you need HD voice services, let us bring your business into the future.

Since 1989, Kelley Communications has been installing voice and data communications cabling. In 2004, we started marketing business phone systems to allow our customers to have a single source for all of their voice communication needs.

If you have an outdated office phone system or would like to expand your current one, we can provide a solution to meet your needs. From small businesses to large corporations, Kelley Communications offers the best deals on telephone systems.

We are experts at installing enterprise-grade phone systems that your business can rely on!

Typical Features of Our Phone Systems:

• Auto Attendant
• Voicemail Systems
• Overhead Paging Systems
• Background Music Systems
• Message and Music On Hold Service

VoIP Phone Systems:

A VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) phone system can reduce the cost for phone services. Instead of using landlines, VoIP systems use data connection (for example, the internet or your internal business networking system to place and receive phone calls). Kelley Communications has the knowledge and experience to install and maintain a VoIP phone system solution for your business.

ISP Voice Services:

Kelley Communications is the known and trusted provider of ISP Voice Services throughout Wisconsin. Let us install a top-quality and affordable voice over IP phone solution to meet your business communication needs.  Our HD voice service assures you have clearly heard conversations with less background noise and at a great cost savings.

In addition, we lease analog phone adapters (ATAs) to our voice customers who need additional communication security to be compliant with HIPAA data privacy and security laws, such as hospitals and funeral homes. Because the ATAs are leased from Kelley Communications, we are responsible for their performance, maintenance and firmware updates.  One less thing for for you to worry about!

Quality Voice Communication Systems:

At Kelley Communications, our mission is to deliver quality voice communication systems with solutions that meet the demands of our customers at an exceptional value. We offer affordable solutions and top-quality service and equipment.

Emergency Broadcast Systems are Required by OSHA if you have 10 or More Employees

Emergency Action Plans from (section 1910.165):

  • 1910.38(c) -An employer must have and maintain an employee alarm system. The employee alarm system must use a distinctive signal for each purpose and comply with the requirements in 1910.165.
  • 1910.165 (b) (3)-The employee alarm shall be distinctive and recognizable as a signal to evacuate the work area or to perform actions designated under the emergency action plan.
  • 1910.165 (b) (4)-The employer shall explain to each employee the preferred means of reporting emergencies, such as manual pull box alarms, public address systems, radio or telephones. The employer shall post emergency telephone numbers near telephones, or employee notice boards, and other conspicuous locations when telephones serve as a means of reporting emergencies. Where a communication system also serves as the employee alarm system, all emergency messages shall have priority over all non-emergency messages.
  • 1910.165 (b) (5)-The employer shall establish procedures for sounding emergency alarms in the workplace. For those employers with 10 or fewer employees in a particular workplace, direct voice communication is an acceptable procedure for sounding the alarm provided all employees can hear the alarm. Such workplaces need not have a back-up system.
  • 1910.165 (d) (2)-The employer shall assure that a test of the reliability and adequacy of non-supervised employee alarm systems is made every two months. A different actuation device shall be used in each test of a multi-actuation device system so that no individual device is used for two consecutive tests.
  • 1910.165 (d) (3)-The employer shall maintain or replace power supplies as often as is necessary to assure a fully operational condition. Back-up means of alarm, such as employee runners or telephones, shall be provided when systems are out of service.

We can install an emergency broadcast system at your location that uses prerecorded micro-computer messages to send out potentially life-saving broadcasts in the event of an emergency. These messages enable all persons to take the appropriate actions in the event of an emergency without needing a live person to actively broadcast instructions.

The OSHA Penalties for Non-Compliance are:

  • $13,494 per violation- first offense!
  • $13,494 per day beyond the abatement date!
  • $134,937 per violation for willful or repeated violations

Learn More Here About the OSHA Regulations & Penalties Here:   

 ( Read 3302, 3000, 3021 and 2201)

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