Your employees are your most valuable assets


Employers owe a 'Duty of Care' to their employees, but how can you protect staff who work off-site, or even those staff who may arrive early or leave work late?


What is an employers 'Duty of Care'?

In many countries, employers have a Duty of Care towards their employees.  This means that they must take all reasonable steps to ensure the health and safety of their employees.

However providing a safe working environment for lone workers is particularly difficult because there are so many factors that cannot be controlled by an employer.

For lone worker safety, it is vital that a panic button is provided that they can use in the event of an emergency, as well as other tools and techniques to keep them as safe as possible.

Employee peace of mind

A service that enables lone working employees to summon help when they need it provides them with reassurance and peace of mind to do their job effectively.

employer Peace of mind

Providing a personal safety app to employees is an important step in helping to make their working environment safer while respecting their privacy.


How can an app help protect my employees?

The video explains the solution and how it works, and introduces concepts such as:

  • Responders

  • Emergency Alert

  • Timers

The app is vital to protect your employees, but it must be used alongside comprehensive safety plans and procedures.

Examples of how it can be used


Duty of Care

Meet your 'Duty of Care' obligations by providing employees and contractors with a personal safety and well-being app that can trigger alerts if they need assistance.