Protecting Lone Workers with Personal Safety Devices and Monitoring Solutions
CSE Crosscom is at the forefront of technologies that provide visibility, automation and reduced exposure to health and safety risks for lone workers. Amid increased pressures to step up HSE standards and practices, we are seeing greater investment in communications technology and personal safety devices for lone workers that are designed to make working in high-risk or remote situations as safe as possible.
In many Australian states and territories, employers face criminal charges for failing to adequately manage, control or supervise their employees. CSE Crosscom offers end-to-end solutions to ensure your Lone Worker employees are safe.
When managing risk and safety, careful consideration should be given to:
- The length of time employees may be working alone.
- The time of day when they are working alone.
- The location of the work.
- Worker communication strategies.
- The nature of the work and inherent associated risks.
- The skills and capabilities of employees including medical considerations.
Lone Worker Safety in Action
CSE Crosscom’s Lone Worker Monitoring solutions improve safety, enable teams to respond efficiently if an incident occurs, and reduce harm.
A utility worker alone at a remote substation is injured, unable to move, and needs assistance.
CSE Crosscom Technology for Lone Worker Safety in Australia
To prevent incidents, all device models support Lone Worker safety and two-way voice communication. Selected models also include Man Down functionalities. Get in contact with a CSE Crosscom specialist to learn which device is right for you.
Dedicated Rugged Emergency Devices
- Lone Worker, Man-Down & emergency buttons.
- Simple to use, with a long battery life.
Australia-wide Monitoring & Communication
- Extended coverage combining radio, mobile and satellite networks.
- Supports indoor and outdoor use.
24/7 Monitoring and Duress Response
Not all businesses can afford to operate their own dispatchers or control rooms, and that is where our 24/7 monitoring service provides peace of mind.
- Lone workers using a rugged device or BYO smartphone can activate an emergency or an instant personal alert.
- Users with smartphone devices can view the location of other users and stream video of incidents.
- Monitoring centres can see the user’s location and establish voice communications to confirm the emergency.
- Emergency service responders can then be dispatched as required.
- Rapid response to user emergency events, with location tracking.
- A1 Graded Security Control Room, for remote dispatch of emergency service responders.
- Monthly incident reporting with all activities recorded for review.
Body Worn Cameras
Body worn cameras are an effective way of providing assurance and giving visual context if your Lone Workers are under duress.
- Record video for proof of work and incident analysis.
- Can be a deterrent to help diffuse situations when the camera is activated.
- Selected models support live-streaming of video for remote incident management.
- Real-time video streaming for situational awareness.
- Video recording for incident review and proof of workmanship.
Dispatcher Lone Worker Monitoring Applications
- Supports Windows PC and smartphone devices.
- Supervisors are able to monitor workers from anywhere.
Why Choose CSE Crosscom’s Lone Worker Safety Solution
Reliable and Secure Network Coverage to keep your lone workers connected
Ensuring your Lone Worker is receiving coverage no matter where they go is of huge importance. Mobile phone networks don’t work everywhere, and cannot be relied upon as the sole means of safety communication.
Our solution combines radio, mobile and satellite networks to provide maximum coverage, giving you the peace of mind that your Lone Workers are safe and within reach. Our nation-wide coverage also ensures communications and tracking of users, both indoors and outdoors.