At StaySafe we have specifically designed functionality to overcome common challenges faced by lone workers in the NHS.
The online hub accurately locates workers on a map and provides real-time updates on their location. This means that you always know their whereabouts and if they are safe, even when schedules change at the last minute.
The app allows staff to check-in safely once they have finished a lone working or travel session. Staff can also use the note taking facility to add extra details to a session, such as who they are meeting or where in a building they are based.
The StaySafe app gives NHS employees a way to signal for help in any situation. If an employee activates the app’s panic button or fails to check in, alerts are instantly visible in the online hub.
Chosen managers are automatically notified via text, call and email. As well as a panic button facility, the StaySafe app also has additional features such as GPS tracking, man down alerts and discreet and duress panic alerts. The ‘discreet panic’ function provides a way to signal for help without aggravating a tense situation, while staff can enter a Duress PIN if forced to close the app to notify their manager whilst seeming to comply with an aggressor.
Staff also have the option to link the app to a discreet wearable Bluetooth button. Worn on or under clothing, the button can be pushed to signal for help without users needing to touch their phones. If you do not have the resource to monitor your teams in-house, you can outsource employee safety monitoring and alert escalation to our 24/7 professional monitoring partners.