A world-class range of lone worker and man down features
Mobile Tornado’s world-class range of lone worker and man down features, including location tracking, emergency (SOS) alerts, Keep Alive features and device inactivity monitoring all help to keep employees safer. Our world-leading technology also enables falls, impacts and still position to be monitored.
Using our push-to-alert feature, an emergency alert and location information is sent to nearby users and the dispatch console control room as soon as the SOS button is pressed, enabling assistance to be provided. Ambient listening is available between the dispatch console controller and the employee at risk.
Our IPRS™ system automatically records the major events associated with an emergency incident for incidents debriefing and to improve organisation efficiency.
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Keep alive feature
Device activity monitoring
Detection of falls, impacts, still position
Automatic events recording
Manage lone worker emergency situations
Keep alive feature, detection of falls, impacts and still position
Increased employee safety
Respond quickly to emergency SOS alerts
Faster response times
Automatic location information provided once the SOS button is clicked
Event audit trail
Automatic recording for incident debriefing
Mobile Tornado offers a world-class range of lone worker and man down features, including location tracking, emergency (SOS) alerts, Keep Alive features manual and automatic check in, and device inactivity monitoring, among others.
Using Mobile Tornado’s push-to-alert feature, an emergency alert and location information are sent to nearby users and the dispatch console control room as soon as the SOS button is pressed, enabling assistance to be provided. Additionally, ambient listening is available between the dispatch console controller and the employee at risk.
Mobile Tornado’s IPRS™ system automatically records the major events associated with an emergency incident for incident debriefing and to improve organisational efficiency. The benefits include managing lone worker emergency situations, increased employee safety, faster response times, and an event audit trail.
A lone worker is an employee who works alone without close or direct supervision. Lone workers may work in a variety of settings, including remote areas, outside of normal business hours, or in hazardous environments. Some examples of lone workers include security guards, healthcare workers, delivery drivers, construction workers and utility workers.
Lone working can pose a number of risks to employees, including accidents, injuries, and health emergencies. Without direct supervision or assistance, lone workers may be more vulnerable to physical or verbal assault, and may be at greater risk of slips, trips, and falls. Lone workers may also be at risk of developing stress, anxiety, or other mental health conditions due to the isolation and lack of support they may experience.
Employers can take several steps to protect their lone workers and minimise the risks associated with lone working. It’s crucial to ensure that lone workers have access to adequate communication and location tracking devices. Emergency procedures, conducting regular risk assessments and implementing a check-in system to monitor the safety of lone workers also help to improve safety. Mobile Tornado’s push-to-locate feature allows for these aspects to be managed in one convenient place, allowing for greater safety measures for lone workers.