There are several ways of responding to and monitoring the emergency alerts sent by lone worker personal alarms, including some cost-saving options, says Rebecca Pick.
If you have employees that work alone, you have a duty of care to ensure risks are mitigated to an acceptable level.
With technology advancements lone worker protection has come a long way over the last decade, with solutions now available in a range of shapes and sizes together with different monitoring options.
There is so much more to a lone worker solution than just a panic alarm.
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