Buyers Guide to Work Alone Safety Technology

When starting a work alone safety program, you need to consider both your organization and your employees. Your focus for any safety program should be on identifying hazards, performing a needs analysis, and writing your policies and procedures.

When technology is integrated into a safety program, people can become overwhelmed and lose focus on what matters. Any technology that you purchase should complement your safety program, and not the other way around.

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Included in the this eBook:

• High level overview of available working alone safety technology

• What to look for in a lone worker safety solution

• The value of technology and Scatterling