We’re excited to be attending Health & Safety North on 9-10 October at EventCity, Manchester on Stand G52. The exhibition has become one of the highlights of the calendar for safety and health practitioners in northern England. Now in its 12th year, it’s the ideal opportunity to network with other health and safety professionals and learn about best practice. And most importantly, visitors can procure a health and safety solution for their organisation.
Our award-winning platform, Safe Hub, provides the highest level of customisation and support for all workers and different levels of risk. Each lone worker’s job function carries with it specific risks inherent to their working scenario. Different scenarios will require a specific device suited to that situation. That’s why we’ve designed Safe Hub to be completely device agnostic. As well as smartphone, mobile and desktop apps, Safe Hub also supports the widest possible range of dedicated personal safety devices on the market. Talk to us at the exhibition to find out more – and to benefit from our offer.
Understand lone worker safety by testing our devices and viewing our apps
Come and find us at exhibition stand G52, and take a look at our products and services. We provide a variety of support functions, whether it’s emergency, buddy, proactive, reactive, broadcast or barrier protection. We help lone workers in need and stop them getting into trouble in the first place. We’ll be showcasing our full range of lone worker safety devices, and can talk you through designing a bespoke solution for your organisation’s needs.
We’re proud of our range of dedicated devices, which is the widest on the market. We have the hardware for every hazardous situation. Devices range from the discreet SOS Fob to the phone-sized ProtectMe, and from our SPOT Gen3 satellite device through to intrinsically safe devices. With our range of apps, we can deploy our systems on smartphones, standard mobile phones, Blackberrys, laptops and desktops.
All your lone workers: one management interface
Safe Hub, our proprietary software platform, uses a single interface to manage multiple devices and safety features. For instance, you might want to provide a periodic welfare check on a mobile phone for one group of lone workers. At the same time, you can provide emergency support via one of our dedicated devices (such as SOS Fob) for another group. All of your workers will have access to the latest in voice and data communications technologies. When they need help, they’ll be connected to an Alarm Receiving Centre, which operates around the clock and throughout the year. Whatever the situation and wherever they are, Safe Hub will protect your lone workers.
Health & Safety North takes place at EventCity, Manchester on 9 and 10 October 2018. Click here for more information about attending the exhibition.
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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.
About Lone Worker Solutions
At Lone Worker Solutions, it’s our business to protect employees, managers and shareholders from the risks associated with working alone. This includes the potential hazards faced by staff who work by themselves, remotely, or out-of-sight or earshot of colleagues. When it comes to safety we don't believe in a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach; instead, we tailor our solution to each organisation's exact needs.
About Safe Hub
Safe Hub is an award-winning package of emergency, buddy, proactive, reactive, broadcast and virtual barrier protection for lone workers. Safe Hub supports lone and remote workers on the widest possible array of BS8484:2016 Gold Certified devices, including Android, Apple and Windows smartphones, BlackBerrys, standard mobiles, PCs, intrinsically safe devices, specialist personal safety devices and satellite phones.