Health & Safety Event, Stand K70: April 9-11 2019, NEC Birmingham

Health & Safety Event, Stand K70: April 9-11 2019, NEC Birmingham

Once again, we’ll be showcasing our Safe Hub lone worker safety system at the Health & Safety Event. This year, it’s back at NEC Birmingham, running from 9 to 11 April. Join us at Stand K70 to find out about the innovations we’re making to Safe Hub, our award-winning protection system. And take a look at our Safe Hub devices and apps, including the newest addition to our range, the SOS ID Badge. We’re taking lone worker safety to the next level.

We’re also taking part in the Lone Worker Safety Seminar Programme. Come and join our Chief Sales Officer Rob Gilbert in the Lone Worker Theatre on Wednesday 10 April at 2.45. He’ll be presenting a case study on lone working in the housing sector, and taking a closer look at how we can customise Safe Hub for housing providers and property specialists alike.

And why not take advantage of our special exhibition offer? Customers can enjoy 16 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 K70*.

*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 HSE19 to take advantage of this offer.

Safe Hub links lone workers to the help they need

Whenever they’re working alone or out of sight of colleagues, Safe Hub provides rapid support and assistance for workers. It’s a secure, web-based system with multi-functional integrated safety applications. Using dedicated devices, mobile phones and computer applications, it connects lone, remote and vulnerable workers to an advanced Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC) 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Mitec, our state-of-the art Technology Centre and ARC, holds the BS5979 Gold Category II accreditation, the highest-possible award from the UK’s National Security Inspectorate.

Safe Hub provides a range of protection via different safety features. Depending on the individual lone worker’s needs at any particular time, they can access emergency, buddy, proactive, and reactive support. And Safe Hub provides broadcast and virtual barrier functions, to help stop lone workers getting into trouble in the first place. This gives lone workers peace of mind, and simultaneously allows managers to control risks by accessing an accurate cross-device snapshot of activity. Managers can also demonstrate to auditors and directors that a safety culture imbues their corporate governance of health and safety requirements.

Bespoke lone worker safety systems that are easy to manage

Safe Hub provides the highest-possible degree of flexibility for real-world deployments. We can support any number of lone workers, while responding to the level of support and protection which each of them requires. We can deploy a range of devices, apps and features to make a bespoke package work.

We tailor protection and monitoring solutions to each worker’s individual risk assessment. We can define escalation and response procedures which are customised to each lone worker. We can activate or deactivate protection and monitoring as required. We can communicate with, identify, locate and report on individual workers. Most importantly of all, in the event of an emergency, we can ensure direct access to emergency services, bypassing the usual 999 call procedures.

Join our diverse roster of clients at the Health & Safety Event 2019

It’s our business to protect employees, managers and shareholders from the risks associated with working alone. We understand how varied lone working can be in the real world. That’s why we’ve signed up clients as diverse as American Water, Centrica, Essex County Council, various NHS agencies, Sainsbury’s and Your Housing Group.

We work in partnership with the NHS Supply Chain framework to protect lone workers in the health sector. And we’re a nominated supplier for lone workers under the Procurement for Housing Framework. Whichever economic sector your organisation operates in, we’ll be able to customise Safe Hub to protect your lone workers.

Come and find us on Stand K70 at the Health & Safety Event, where we'll be taking lone worker safety to the next level. And come along to our Wednesday afternoon seminar on the housing sector – look for details in the event guide. If you’d like to book a meeting with the team at a specific time during the event, then email us at info@loneworkersolutions.com.

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.

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.