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Lone Worker Alarm Devices and SOS Buttons

Introduction

Your lone workers could very well be operating in hazardous environments, face unpredictable situations or be out-of-sight of colleagues. So it makes sense to provide as much protection as you can, to ensure that they are safe in every scenario. By listening to, and working closely with end users, we’ve designed a lone worker solution that comes complete with a complete range of emergency and support functions. These functions simply mean that if an accident does happen, we’ll be able to locate precisely the whereabouts of the worker in question and ensure that assistance arrives as soon as possible.

Key Benefits of Employing lone Worker Panic Alarms

By working with RTLS Comms, you’ll be delivering a greater peace of mind for out of hours working staff, increase their motivation, confidence and making them feel, rightly, that they are better protected when performing their daily routines. This is especially the case for those in higher-risk roles.

Giving Personal Safety Alarms to Your Staff – Duty of Care

You’ll also be addressing your vital Duty Of Care to your workforce. On one hand, you’ll readily understand that duty of care means abiding by relevant health and safety law. On the other hand, there is a moral and ethical responsibility not to cause (or fail to prevent), physical/ psychological injury. In fact your moral duty could manifest itself in other ways, i.e support with your staff’s health and even fitness or the provision of mental support. Our pager solutions can be easily employed to notify staff immediately in the case of any emergencies such as any fork lift accidents or indeed other accidents in the workplace. Sometimes people are just looking for panic alarms for lone workers to satisfy lone worker safety policies or ATEX cameras.

These can involve all kinds of sectors from Industrial to Healthcare. Fast messaging is absolutely vital in the Health and Safety Sector.

Our Man Down Devices

Swissphone S.O.S will easily and reliably detect emergency cases such as a fall or no movement. If an injured lone worker is still capable, he or she can simply call for help by pressing the emergency button of his TRIO pager. If it’s motion sensor detects no movement for a specified period of time or the acceleration sensor detects a fall, it will trigger an alarm. At the same time an audible alarm (siren) from the SWISSPHONE TRIO sounds. For lone worker systems, by working through a predefined emergency plan, relief measures can be initiated immediately.

Location Transmitters

Knowing where the injured person in question is, internally or externally is vital for a rapid safe response. The localisation outdoors is achieved via GPS technology. Furthermore, where there is no GPS signal available, stationary position transmitters take on this function too. Additional position transmitters can be located in factories, buildings and even tunnels. They will transmit their position cyclically. Typical Options to ensure rapid assistance include:- Emergency calls will be processed by a local staffed control centre
– In-house security will respond to emergency calls
– Near Co-workers will be notified of the emergency call via SMS/Page

Feature Spotlight
App Connection to SOS Portal

Key Features

  • Emergency Button – ergonomically easy to locate in the event of an emergency – for manual alerting

  • Continuous Status Monitoring – automatic alerting when no movement

  • Man Down or Fall Detection

  • Periodic Lone Worker Alarm Monitoring

  • Auto Lifecheck & Remote Lifecheck

  • Optional Lone Worker App

Lone Worker SOS-Mobile Emergency

Key Features:
– The SOS-Portal is a web-based, redundant and platform-independent emergency call system to enable simple event processing
– The SOS-Mobile Emergency Call Application increases security for lone workers at dangerous work stations
– In hazardous situations, the application automatically triggers an emergency call and sends out the employee’s positional data
– An acoustic alarm makes it easier to find the accident victim
– An emergency button can trigger an emergency call – escalated until emergency assistance measures are initiated

Lone Worker SOS-Desktop Software

Key Features:
– The SOS-Portal is a web-based, redundant and platform-independent emergency call system to enable simple event processing
– It offers the possibility of contacting your staff via SMS and receiving lone worker alarms so that processing the alarm in accordance with a predefined rescue process and of documenting it
– The SOS-Portal visualises the location of the accident victims. It shows the position of outdoor accident victims on a map (outdoor localisation)

Lone Worker SOS-Button & Gateway

Key Features:
– A silent alarm easily triggered with the SOS-Button. Transmitted by Bluetooth (BLE) to the corresponding SOS-Gateway, and from there to the SOS-Portal
– Easy-to-send silent alarm
– Appropriate and personalised for large numbers of users
– Simple to send event or position & quicker than calling or messaging
– Outstanding battery lifetime
– BLE as alternative communication channel to the mobile network

Lone Worker Alerting Pager TRIO

Key Features:
– Lone worker alarm device that detects emergency situations and independently submits an emergency call that includes the lone worker’s current position
– Audible alarm from the TRIO itself helps to locate the distressed person.
– If the lone worker is still capable, he/she can call for help on his/her own by pressing an emergency button.
– Life Check Function, Fall detection & Tilt detection are also included.
– Optionally, an emergency call will be escalated from the TRIO until someone responds to it and initiates rescue actions.

Alerting Pager sQUAD-Voice

Key Features:
– The s.QUAD Voice is robust, dust and waterproof and comfortable to wear
– The display can show an individual fixed text for each of the 64 addresses
– The fixed texts and the large voice memory system with a recording capacity of up to 16 minutes make it easier to process messages
– The s.QUAD Voice can be firmware updated to a digital paging receiver (POCSAG) or can work in both modes in parallel as a single device
– 64 addresses & 64 selection and switching profiles possible
– Multi-coloured alerting LED & Loud alerting (> 95 dB(A) in 30 cm)
– Connection to compatible devices via Bluetooth

Alerting Pager sQUAD-ATEX

Key Features:
– Designed for workers in dangerous, hazardous environments
– Also passive to radiation
– Compliance according to (Ex) II 2G Ex Ib IIC T4
– Outstanding reception performance with 2.5 μV/m at 1200 Bit/s
– 64 addresses (RICs) with four sub-addresses each
– Extremely robust (2-m drop test), dust and waterproof
– Alerting volume > 95 dB(A) at 30 cm distance

Alerting Pager s.QUAD X35

Key Features:
– The multi-coloured LED, volume and the option to play individual audio sounds for alerting round out the s.QUAD X35
– The s.QUAD pager is dust and waterproof
– 64 addresses (RICs) with four sub-addresses each
– Fully graphic greyscale display with high resolution
– Connection to compatible devices via Bluetooth

Alerting Pager Hurricane Duo

Key Features:
– Reads out alphanumeric messages for you.
– Also shows the message on the display.
– 64 addresses (RICs) with four sub-addresses each
– Loud alerting > 85 dB(A) in 30 cm
– Message memory for over 100 messages
– One-hand operation

Alerting Pager – s.PAGE x05

Key Features:
– Easy to Use
– Excellent reception
– Switching bandwidth programmable up to 10 MHz (Wide PLL)
– 8 addresses (RICs) with four sub-addresses each (32 individual addresses)
– Alerting volume > 95 dB(A) at 30 cm distance
– Fully graphic, high-resolution display for over 200 characters per page
– Extremely robust (2-m drop test)

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