Personnel Monitoring and Safety

Personnel Monitoring and Safety

Keep your employees safe with a simple-to-use solution.

Help at the Touch of a Button

Protect your staff 24/7 with easy-to-use push buttons that can be placed at any fixed location in your facility. In an emergency, the button is pushed and alerts are sent via text and email to an unlimited number of recipients.

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Lone Worker Safety

Get accurate location reports of nurses, doctors, hotel staff, and other workers throughout your facility.

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Safety Zone Control

Get notified when a worker enters a potentially unsafe or hazardous situation for emergency control.

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Fall Advisory

Monitor remote workers using a safety device with a fall emergency alert system for added support at job sites.

How It Works

Wireless beacon technology for accuracy.

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Push Button Is Pressed

Employee activates a request for help with a push of a button.

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Locate Employee in Distress

Get the exact room and floor location PLUS updated location for employees on the move.

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Incident Report Generated

A detailed incident report is generated automatically, documenting team response.

Simple, Easy to Use

With a simple click, send an immediate alert for a quick response to prevent a situation from getting out of hand.

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More Features, More Safety

Let us help you pick the right solution for you.

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Features

  • SOS/Panic Button
  • LoRaWAN
  • Router Options
  • Alerts & Notifications
  • Daily Reports
  • FCC
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Features

  • SOS/Panic Button
  • Wi-Fi Geolocation
  • LoRaWAN
  • GPS
  • BLE Beaconing
  • Router Options
  • Alerts & Notifications
  • Daily Reports
  • FCC
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Features

  • SOS/Panic Button
  • 4G Cellular
  • GPS
  • BLE Beaconing
  • Fall Advisory
  • 2-Way Voice
  • Voice Monitoring
  • Alerts & Notifications
  • Daily Reports
  • FCC
  • PTCRB
  • US Carrier Certified
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FAQ

Panic buttons are small push-button devices your staff can wear on a lanyard or clothing clip. When the button is pressed, alerts are sent to notify security and emergency personnel.

When the button is pressed, it sends text and email alerts with pinpoint accuracy of the distress location to a list of designated recipients, such as security personnel. The distress location also appears on the property’s floor plan.

Yes, the alerts are updated every 10 seconds to communicate accurate location information of the person in distress within the property. When the employee is safe from harm, the alert recipient can turn off the help request and document the action taken to address the situation.

Yes, you can set an unlimited number of users at different levels to receive alerts, and then set up rules/escalation settings to alert different people under different circumstances. This includes alerting users off the property.

Yes, these devices are wireless/battery operated.

6 months. The panic button batteries are rechargeable.

No, the panic buttons do not require smartphone pairing.

Yes, Bluetooth beacons can be placed in rooms and other desired areas to determine the location of where the panic button is pressed.

Typically, one gateway for every two floors (depending on property size).

The gateways should be installed one per floor on alternating sides of the building, about 1/3 of the way inside from the edge of each floor.

Our team of experts handles installation. Background checks are performed for all installation technicians. You will be contacted beforehand to provide property-specific information to create an install plan.

No, the beacons are wireless and battery operated.

Yes, the enterprise customer provides the floor plans before installation, and the beacons are configured beforehand to save time during the on-site install.

No, the system does not use Ethernet or Wi-Fi and is 100% off-network.

No, the installation is included in the cost of the hardware service.

A property with up to 300 rooms can be installed in one day.

Battery operated beacons are adhered in each area defined as a specific location. For example, they can be placed in rooms, by elevators, emergency exits, common areas, etc. The customer defines all the locations they want to include in their deployment. The beacon location is then configured in our system with the room/area assignment during installation.

This depends exclusively on the total number of areas/rooms the building has.

Yes, the system does not lose reliability due to poor cell coverage. The Personnel Monitoring Safety Solution uses long-range LoRa technology, ideal for this type of deployment. Even in bad cell coverage areas, our panic buttons will work throughout your property.

To know more about what’s included in our solution, please feel free to contact us at consult@sensorworks.net.