HOME WORKERS ARE LONE WORKERS
Fast help if they need it
STAYING SAFE AT HOME
It’s the over-riding current health and safety issue: how to delay the spread of coronavirus and limit the effects of Covid-19. Working from home, where possible, presents an opportunity to stay safe and help to prevent the spread of infection, so others remain safe too. But how do you ensure your newly at-home-workers are safe in a crisis?
While this activity is typically low risk, any person working without supervision or out of eyesight or earshot of colleagues is deemed to be 'lone working'. Which means appropriate measures should be taken to ensure safety, wellbeing and compliance with legislation as you would with any other lone worker, as working from home becomes the new normal for many.
The Safe Hub App
a flexible and easy solution
The Safe Hub App will give you that confidence. The App provides employers with a useful system to protect lone workers, providing everything from emergency help to clear messaging.
Any lone workers at home using the smartphone version of the app can have access to all Safe Hub's safety features. And we have versions of the app with functionality for standard mobile phones, laptops and desktops too.
Check out the Safe Hub App features below:
Safe Hub App supports homeworkers an any mobile
Safe Hub’s advanced smartphone app includes all of our features. Designed to work seamlessly across all handsets, the app is available for Android, Apple and Windows smartphones. It can be downloaded from your app store or device management software.
• Supports BS8484:2016 Gold Certified smartphones.
• SOS button overrides keypad lock for fast access in a crisis.
• Safe Check and Worker Down run in the background without interrupting phone normal functions.
• GPS and GPRS technology provide accurate location data and the fastest possible alert transmission in an emergency.
BlackBerry standard mobiles and PCs
Many of Safe Hub's features can be used on BlackBerry handsets and standard mobiles, via speed dials and SMS programming. There's even a version for use on a PC.