Staff / Lone Worker Devices

[one_half position=””]In accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, Managers have a duty of care for employees and are responsible for the safety and well-being of vulnerable Lone Workers. Our system provides a monitoring service where trained staff are on hand 24/7 to accept calls and handle them in an appropriate manner.

How It Works:


shutterstock_155768234s1. If a staff member feels threatened, vulnerable or require assistance in any way they activate the wireless switch.



2. This triggers the lone worker device to silently dial through to an ARC (Alarm receiving centre) or the customers preferred location, This could be a security office, mobile telephone or any landline number.



3. The recipient of the call can then listen in on the premises via the inbuilt loudspeaker unit on the loneworker device. Note: Speech is one way only so no-one within the premises are aware that a call has been initiated.


shutterstock_135865661s4. They can then alert the relevant authorities who can be onsite within minutes.



  • Increased staff safety and security
  • Peace of mind and increased confidence levels for staff
  • Potential savings on staff costs/wages
  • Rapid response to apprehend shoplifters

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