The Interface PPM lone worker monitoring solution has two critical components built for reliability and with a safety-first design approach. Our smart device is discreet, built on the Java operating system, and purpose-built to do only one thing reliably i.e, create a secure audio bridge with the Interface Command and Control Center and relay evidentiary
The Interface PPM smart wearable device is activated only when the lone worker presses the panic button. In addition, customers can choose to define monitoring guidelines for the Interface PPM solution to meet all privacy requirements. For example, our smart wearable devices can be programmed not to take photo bursts when activated or block Interface
A lone worker safety policy allows a business to clearly identify and communicate the risks associated with lone workers. The policy defines the responsibilities of employees in risky situations and the required actions needed to mitigate the risks. The key components of a lone worker policy include: Purpose Lone worker risks Action plan to mitigate
Traditionally, lone worker safety has been a concern in industries such as construction, logistics and delivery, logging, chemical factories, oil and gas, to name a few. However, lone worker safety is now a clear and present danger in mainstream, consumer-facing industries such as retail, hotels and hospitality, restaurants, real estate, healthcare, banks, financial services as
A lone worker faces risks associated with interaction with other people, health conditions, the work environment, and risks associated with the job or task. Example, lone workers may be confronted by an angry customer or a violent person, work in an office or store location in a high crime area, work during the night shift
A lone worker is someone who is working at the place of employment when no one is around and assistance is not readily available. The lone worker may also be in a risky location such as outside the store or office or working from a location that has a high incidence of crime.