SafetyLine Web App
The web interface gives organizations the most powerful access to SafetyLine and can be used from any browser on any computer or tablet for safety check-ins, monitoring, reporting, and administration.
The SafetyLine web app allows secured access to the SafetyLine system. Lone workers can edit personal settings and perform their Safetyline commands. Monitors can receive emergency notifications, as well as view lone worker histories, GPS maps, profiles, or step through emergency response procedures during an emergency. Monitors can also generate incident reports on-demand. Administrators have full access to run reports, change user settings, reconfigure settings for the organization, modify notification structures, and more.
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SafetyLine Bluetooth Panic Button
The SafetyLine Lone Worker wearable panic button is compatible with the SafetyLine mobile app. The lone worker panic button is a wearable Bluetooth accessory that allows those working alone to declare an emergency discreetly without having to take out their mobile device.
Just like using voicemail, SafetyLine allows lone workers to dial in to check in their status or declare a panic emergency. Monitors will also be notified by text and real phone calls whenever help is required.
The SafetyLine phone interface means that lone workers and Monitors can get access to an effective work-alone solution with even the most basic of phones, including landlines and cellular phones, or even satellite phones. Staff can dial in to a toll-free number to perform all SafetyLine commands and can even setup speed-dials for one-button check-ins and panic commands. They can also receive check-in reminders from lone workers by telephone call, while Monitors can receive emergency notifications by telephone call and text message.
Stay protected when even on out of cell range. SafetyLine connects with SPOT, InReach, and even satellite phones.
Use satellite phones with the automated telephone system, or integrate satellite messenger devices, like SPOT and InReach. Cellular phones or satellite devices alone do not meet the requirements of work alone regulations. The combination of a satellite device like the SPOT or InReach and SafetyLine provides a complete solution for lone worker monitoring and security. The satellite device acts as a way to call for help in an emergency and log GPS locations – just like cell phones can be used to call 911 in an emergency. SafetyLine is the monitoring service that automatically and continuously tracks the lone worker via the satellite device detecting when they may need help (check-in timer and panic button), notifying trained responders, and providing the responders with information and instructions on how to respond.
MAKE YOUR COMPANY SAFER FOR YOUR LONE WORKERS
Since 2010, we facilitated close to 16 million safety check-ins from lone workers across the country. Additionally, 3 out of 4 workers felt safer on the job just knowing that SafetyLine was in reach.
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