SMC Gateway Lone Worker Monitoring

Lone Worker Monitoring is a customisable application built using the SMC Gateway that will automatically check the wellbeing of radio users when they need it the most

by Richard Denning | Tuesday 14 August 2018

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SMC Gateway
Users can simply activate Lone Worker mode and set check-up intervals, allowing the SMC Gateway to monitor them.

The Lone Worker application is a cost effective solution that will save time and money without jeopardising workplace safety. The application will benefit even the smallest of organisations.

All applications built with the SMC Gateway can be easily edited to suit your needs.

Ensuring the safety of your workforce when they need it the most!

> Automated safety checks at pre-set intervals
> Escalation
> Alerts to multiple devices
> Integrate a number of communication systems

> GPS/area activation
> Time activated
> Safe areas
> Man down

If a user fails to respond to an automated “Alive Check”, in a pre-set time interval, an emergency procedure will be triggered and the relevant people alerted, without delay.

ALIVE CHECK
The SMC Gateway will automatically send “Alive Check” messages and if no response is received, escalate accordingly.

TIME ACTIVATION
Automatically activate Lone Worker at a preset time, for example, at the start of a shift.

HAZARDOUS ENVIRONMENT
Monitor groups or individuals when they need it the most.

EMERGENCY ALERT
Utilise the emergency button on a radio to trigger an alert/procedure. Additional information can be sent to relevant people to enhance response times.

LOCATION ACTIVATION
A device can be prompted when entering / leaving a specific area, to activate or de-activate Lone Worker mode.

MONITOR ON THE GO
Monitor Lone Workers on a computer or mobile device, anywhere in the world.

Autonomous lone worker monitoring system, controlled by radio with alert and alarm/escalation to other radio users.

CONTACT

Nick Deabill
South Midlands Communications Ltd
nick.deabill@smc-comms.com
www.smc-comms.com
+44 23 8024 6200

Tuesday 14 August 2018 / file under Electronics | Engineering | Safety