About Lone Worker Solutions

Safe Hub, from Lone Worker Solutions, is an award-winning locate-and-respond protection system for people who work alone or out of sight of colleagues. It offers a comprehensive package of features including emergency, buddy, reactive, proactive, broadcast and virtual barrier protection for all lone working scenarios.

 

Safe Hub supports the broadest possible array of devices including Android, Apple and Windows smartphones, BlackBerry, standard mobiles, PCs, intrinsically safe devices, specialist lone working safety devices and satellite phones.

The National Security Inspectorate (NSI) has approved Lone Worker Solutions for BS8484:2016 Gold, the British Standard Code of Practice for the provision of lone worker device services, under its Guarding Gold scheme.

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UK HQ

Call: +44 (0)161 885 2122

2C Crown Business Park, Cowm Top Lane, Rochdale OL11 2PU. UK

London Office

1st Floor, 100 Canon Street, London EC4N 6EU. UK

North America office:

100 Livingston Avenue, EDISON, NJ 08820 USA

Lone Worker Solutions Ltd. is a company limited by shares.

Registered in England and Wales.Registered Number: 06999425.

Registered address: 2C Crown Business Park, Cowm Top Lane Rochdale OL11 2PU

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WORKER DOWN

Reactive support via built-in impact detection

WORKER DOWN

No-movement and fall alarm


Safe Hub uses the built-in motion sensors in mobile handsets and specialist devices to enable Worker Down. The hub then monitors the movement of the handset and its orientation. If, for example, the handset hasn’t moved for a length of time this could indicate that a lone worker requires emergency help, perhaps after a fall or incident.
 

Worker Down then automatically raises an alert with the Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). The operatives there will access the worker's GPS location and call the worker's phone to see if they're OK. In the event of a false alarm, the worker can simply advise the ARC to ‘stand down’. If ARC staff can’t contact the worker via their handset, they will automatically follow the next steps in the person's individual escalation procedure, and can quickly dispatch emergency services to the worker’s location.

 

 

Worker Down is available on all of these devices and apps.

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SOS Fob

High-quality 2-way audio

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Safe Hub App

Smartphones & Mobiles

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SOS ID Badge

Ripcord activated alarm

Intrinsically Safe device from Lone work

Intrinsically Safe

Anti-spark devices

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SOS Button

Wearable device