Lone working has become commonplace for many working in the Housing sector and for local authorities. Employees in these industries regularly carry out public-facing roles, home visits or client meetings alone and away from the office. While working alone is usually safe, lone working brings with it additional risk, as any danger faced is faced alone.
The StaySafe lone worker protection device ensures lone workers have a way to signal for help in any situation. A panic button can be used at any time, while missed check-in and session expiry alerts will send an alarm, even if the lone worker cannot. If an employee is faced with an aggressor, a panic alarm can be triggered discreetly, or the Duress PIN can be used to trick them into thinking the app has been closed when, in fact, a high priority alarm has been triggered.