Lone Worker Monitoring

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Lone Worker Monitoring

Lone Worker Facility is a constant monitoring system to prevent minor incidents becoming serious.

The main purpose of lone worker monitoring is for your employees to be able to immediately send alerts in the event of an emergency. In many situations where the lone worker alarm is used time is of the essence and so the ability to instantly send alerts saves time and allows the emergency service professionals to reach your employee as quickly as possible.

We have successfully implemented our monitoring systems with a number of different companies in differing industries. Glevum Security are able to carry out various health & safety check-call facilities for your Lone Workers, ensuring that your personnel are safe and sound. This protective service is designed to protect staff when they are at their most vulnerable and to guarantee that they will always be monitored whenever they are working.

Typical examples include isolated staff, staff entering dangerous places and staff involved in volatile situations, Security staff, call-out engineers, doctors, nurses, vets & visiting health workers, hotel night porters, petrol station attendants, bailiffs….. to name but a few. After our highly experienced staff have completed an full and thorough survey we will instigate a full and secure response plan which will meet the varying requirements of your organisation.

The installation will protect all staff who work alone, who are susceptible to trips and falls, who have health concerns or who work in areas where a mobile signal is weak. Our control centre is constantly monitoring each Lone Worker alarm and can respond to any incident immediately. When you need to employ lone workers this responsibility cannot be taken lightly as each member of staff is at a heightened level of vulnerability compared to the rest of your work force.

The alarms may be small and discreet yet they are never out of contact with help and assistance. Our Lone Worker solutions will improve or eradicate failures in risk management and comply with all Government legislation regarding the safety of workers.