Do you employ workers who inhabit buildings alone? Did you realise that you have a duty of care for their health and safety? Lone Working Monitor is a tool to help you keep on the right side of employment law.
Lone Working Monitor
UK lone worker regulations require that companies must put in a process to ensure the safety and well-being of staff who are in a building alone. Many do this by scheduling an hourly telephone call, but that involves the need for a second person also to be involved in the process. In addition, this may well involve waking managers unnecessarily during overnight shifts when all is well. Lone Working Monitor provides an ‘exception’ only system which only alerts management when a check-in is missed, and allows for more efficiency and saves management time.
Adaptable Lone Worker Management System
It is possible for a lone worker to ‘check-in’ by a number of different means: from an RFID staff card to a mobile phone app – or even an automated telephone system. You configure how often you need them to check in, and Lone Working Monitor does the rest. So, as long as check-ins take place then management will not be bothered. In the event of a missed check in, a nominated person can be contacted immediately. Notification can be by email or text message. As a result, the system can give you total peace of mind and because it can be linked up with our Staff Time Monitor system it can be used to record working time in addition to its main function.
- Supports automated telephones, RFID systems and mobile phone apps
- App can automatically prompt staff to check-in
- Peace of mind: management are alerted when a check-in is missed
- All data securely stored for reporting purposes
- Can link to Inspection Monitor, Staff Time Monitor and other Digitalquill products
Digitalquill: Experts in RFID Systems
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