We’re delighted to be back at the Safety & Health Expo at ExCeL London this week, 18-20 June. We’ll be showcasing our award-winning Safe Hub lone worker safety system. Come along to stand SH3880 and you’ll be able to have a closer look at our range of apps and devices for every lone working scenario.
We’re also thrilled to be part of this year’s seminar programme. Come and join our Chief Executive, George Stavrinidis, for his presentation in the Operational Excellence Theatre at 12.05 pm on Tuesday 18 June. He’ll be taking a closer look at how to customise a lone worker safety system to reflect the real-world risks which lone workers face every day. Just as with any safety equipment, it’s the case that one size does not fit all. Lone workers have all sorts of roles, and work in all sorts of situations. So it’s vital that the safety system which protects them has the features, devices, apps, training and management portals that reflect that diversity.
A special Safety & Health Expo exhibition offer
You’ll also be able to take advantage of our special exhibition offer. Customers can enjoy 15 months for the price of 12 on new contracts deploying our SOS Fob devices and Safe Hub Apps. This offer is available for customers who visit us on Stand SH3880*.
*Offer applies to contracts deploying SOS Fob, and Safe Hub Mobile, Desktop and Laptop apps. Offer excludes SOS Button, SOS ID Badge, ProtectMe, SPOT Gen3 and intrinsically safe devices.
Quote SHEXPO19 to take advantage of this offer.
Customisation is king for lone worker safety systems
In line with George’s presentation, our team on Stand SH3880 is going to be talking to visitors about just how flexible and adaptable Safe Hub is in real-world deployments. It might be a question of choosing the right accessory for a wearable device, such as our SOS Fob. We might need to alter the sensitivity of the motion and shock sensors which underpin our Worker Down feature, to reflect the work pattern of the lone worker using a Safe Hub app. Or we can re-record safety messages to reflect the local dialect and accent in an international company’s deployment of Safe Hub. Whatever customisations we make, we’ll work with the client to respond to the needs of their lone workers.
That’s all part of our managed service approach. We know that to make a lone worker safety system successful and sustainable, it’s important to make it an ongoing collaboration. We listen to lone workers on the ground, responding to their needs and concerns. If a technology or a device isn’t meeting those needs, we’ll work with our clients to create an innovative solution that fits. Lone workers’ roles and the risks that they face can alter and develop over time. We’ll make sure Safe Hub keeps them protected, whatever may come up.
So come and join us at Stand SH3880 at the Safety & Health Expo at ExCeL London this week. Find out more about our lone worker devices and apps – and how we can help you to take lone worker safety to the next level.
Even if you’re not able to come to the show, you can contact Lone Worker Solutions and the Safe Hub team today
Post by Rob Gilbert
Rob is Chief Sales Officer at Lone Worker Solutions (LWS). He is responsible for introducing new clients to the benefits of Safe Hub, and ensuring their experience is straightforward, simple and truly effective. His consultative, customer-focused approach means our clients have full access to every possible resource to achieve lasting, best-of-breed solutions and service excellence.