For a variety of reasons more and more people work alone, often at risk of injury or physical confrontation.

First of all, let’s imagine that when you work alone, you get injured, and you are prevented from calling for assistance!

ZONITH’s Lone-Worker App automatically calls for help whenever you are not able to do so yourself.

The service periodically checks if you are OK, and if you do not confirm it, it calls for help on your behalf.

ZONITH Bluetooth ID Badge - Women Discretely Pressing the Panic Button

Discreetness guaranteed when paired with ZONITH ID Badge!

Using the badge gives you an extra level of security, you can raise a panic alarm or confirm “Are you OK?” messages, discreetly without being noticed.

Your smartphone can stay in your pocket, without making people around you suspicious.

Activate Lone-Worker

Lone-Worker Activated

The adjustable timer starts counting down.

Lone-Worker sending “Are you OK?” messages, pressing ‘’OK” – means everything is fine, the timer starts again. You can confirm it also by double click the button on the badge!!

If no confirmation, team members, security personnel or ARC are immediately notified! ACTION IS TAKEN!

Guidelines for first responders

Descriptive messages can be added before you start your new lone-worker task.

The texts are sent together with the alarm to colleagues in team and/or to the emergency response team.

The messages can tell about road obstacles or any additional problems.

The texts also work if a visit takes place in the ground floor building where the GPS position is then combined with the info on which floor the visit takes place.

Work in TEAMS or rely on security

During visits and working in teams, it’s a great advantage to be able to send alarms directly to colleagues in the group.

With the ZONITH App’s team feature, it’s easy to add and remove members before a job. Assistance alarm can go to team colleagues!

Team members receive direct alerts and assistance calls from other team members. Colleagues can manage the alarms.

Alarms can also be sent or escalated to the emergency response team for further assistance.

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