The perfect personal device for lone workers
SOS Fob is a BS8484:2016 Gold Certified specialist lone working device. Discreet, durable, waterproof and lightweight, it can be clipped into a specially moulded identity badge, or worn in an arm or belt holster, or carried in a pocket.
It deploys two key technologies. Global Positioning System (GPS) to locate your lone worker in an emergency. And Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), which allows workers to speak directly to operatives at the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC).
Roaming multi-network SIM
To maximise signal coverage even in areas of poor reception. We can supply SOS Fob with a roaming multi-network SIM. This has been highly effective for major clients such as Centrica, Bristol Water, Essex County Council, NHS Trusts and Wessex Water whom collectively have over 10,000+ SOS Fob devices deployed across the country including rural and coastal areas.
SOS Fob 4G
The SOS Fob is now available in a 4G version, please ask for further details.
SOS Fob comes with lots of wearable accessories so it fits perfectly, and practically into your workers' lives.
SOS Fob clip holder
SOS Fob identity badge
SOS Fob arm & belt holster
SOS Fob wristband
Accurate to within 2.5m
GPS location is captured in Safe Hub in real-time and used by the ARC operator to direct emergency services to the lone worker’s exact location. The GPS chipset in the device is accurate to 2.5 metres or less in normal conditions.
Working with the NHS
Safe Hub available on the NHS supply chain framework
We are delighted to announce that SOS Fob is now available through NHS Supply Chain. NHS Supply Chain selected the SOS Fob device from Lone Worker Solutions within the personal safety alarms product category. This agreement follows the conclusion of a competitive tender process run by the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU).
It’s available to the NHS, private-sector healthcare providers, and the wider public sector. Companies within the Framework must adhere to the high standards demanded by the NHS, for the benefit of all those under its care.