Personal Alarms for Lone Workers

Posted by Katie | Posted on 10 Feb 2021

Lone workers face unique risks and challenges at work. Personal alarms for lone workers can help them feel at ease, safe in the knowledge that they can always call for help in an emergency.

Our lone worker alarms come with great features including:

24/7 Monitoring

Our UK-based Monitoring Centre is open 24/7, 365 days a year. Pressing the button on the lone worker alarm will automatically connect you to a member of our Response Team. They will ask you a few questions to assess the situation and arrange help as fast as possible.

GPS Location

Every alarm contains cutting-edge GPS technology. This allows our Response Team to send help to your precise location in an emergency.

Water & Dust Resistant

Our lone worker alarm is resistant to water and dust, with IP66 certification. This makes it ideal for wearing in the workplace, especially for factory workers, builders, and cleaners.

Wireless Charging

Every alarm comes with a wireless hub for easy charging. The alarm has an impressive battery life, lasting 1-2 months between charges. You won’t need to worry about daily charging or costly replacement batteries.

Variety of Wearing Options

We include both lanyard and keychain wearing attachments with each Lone Alarm. Lone workers can wear the alarm in the most comfortable and convenient way for them.

Handsfree Speakerphone

The built-in speakerphone allows for two-way communication between you and our Response Team. This means you won’t need any additional equipment while on the job; the compact lone worker alarm does it all.

Alerts

The lone worker alarm uses a system of LED lights to confirm that the alarm has been raised.

Lightweight

The Lone Alarm is lightweight and easy to use weighing only 33g.

How to Order

To order personal alarms for your lone workers, simply give our friendly team a call on 01603 576 312 or fill in our Enquiry Form. Every Lone Alarm comes with 24/7 monitoring for one year, included in the cost per alarm.

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