Lone Worker Protection

Lone Work Protection solutions – APP and Cloud based options to ensure the safety and ‘Duty of Care’ to staff members who work alone

Wearable & Satellite devices gives accurate tracking and movement information

 

This product is the most intuitive and user friendly lone worker solution available today.
The flexibility of the app and wide range of features makes it suitable for companies of any size, industry and location.

 

If you are responsible for employees who work alone, you have a legal duty of care to respond appropriately should an accident or incident occur and to also provide an appropriate level of risk management and protection.

 

Do you have a procedure and solution in place?

Some of the other benefits and features

  • Timed Sessions
    Trigger location monitoring by
    starting a timed-session.
  • Session Check-in
    Check-in at set intervals to
    confirm safety
  • Panic
    Send a panic at any time when
    in need of assistance.Automated Entry & Exit Systems
  • Text & Email Notifications
    Receive alert notifications via
    text and email.
  • Discreet Panic
    Panic out of view using the
    phone’s power button.
  • Duress PIN
    Enter a false pin to ‘end’ a
    session/alert when confronted.
  • Low Signal Mode
    The app will continue to operate
    without mobile data.
  • SMS Broadcast
    Communicate with an entire
    team from within the Hub.
  • Low Battery Warning
    Remind an employee to charge
    their device.
  • Keep an Audit Trail
    Add notes on actions taken to
    resolve an alert.
  • Set Response Procedures
    Save business guidelines in the
    Hub for monitors to refer to.
  • Reporting
    Run and schedule session and
    alert reports.

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Elements of Access Control

 
  • Phone and video entry
  • Proximity readers
  • Swipe cards
  • Keypads
  • Biometric (thumb prints)
  • ID Reader
  • Fobs
  • Exit buttons
  • Wireless
  • Tokens

Benefits of Access Control

 
  • Time and Attendance management
  • Roll call fire evacuation management
  • Easy control of access to areas
  • Easy management of fobs
  • Restrict / allow personnel access
  • Restrict / allow by day and time
  • Network control point for large / multi sites
  • Apply to doors, turnstiles, gates and fences

Access Control Installation

 

From your initial inquiry, our surveyor will contact you to carry out a professional site survey. At this point the surveyor will discuss your requirements and which areas you wish to restrict and allow access to.

 

Our engineers will install all devices required for the system (including the proposed locking mechanisms) for each door. Once complete and the system is fully commissioned, full training will be given to on how to add/remove users from the system, along with any reporting tools which can be utilised (i.e. time and attendance etc) on a networked system.

 

Access Control Maintenance

 

An robust inspection and test procedure will be undertaken at each scheduled maintenance visit consisting of checks to the following:

  • Check the number and type of readers are in accordance with the specification.
  • Confirm that there remains adequate ventilation in the area of the CPU.
  • Easy activation and deactivation of doors.
  • Check warning labels are still in place.
  • Check all cables and conduit are properly supported, undamaged and showing no signs of wear.
  • Check for sound physical fixings of all equipment including loosening or corrosion of supports and fixings.
  • Check all glands, seals and connections on all external equipment.
  • Does the equipment remain free from environmental problems such as dust, vibration, electrical interference etc?
  • Does the system remain protected against unauthorised interference, e.g. password level (s).
  • Are reader timings as specified?
  • Check operation of all door fixings is satisfactory.
  • Check function of all interfaces with alarms is satisfactory including correct triggering of alarms.
  • Check that the performance of the system(s) continues to meet the agreed specification / operational requirement according to the periodic test scheme agreed with the customer.
  • All connections checked and labelled.
  • Customer’s system logbook filled in.

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