Worker Safety Monitoring for Real Estate Agents

There are over 2 million real estate agents in the United States and nearly 40% of real estate industry professionals have felt unsafe while performing duties at work.  Safety concerns can arise while realtors are out of the office setting up and showing properties.  Similar to the visiting health care employee; violence and aggression is common with client-facing real estate agents while showcasing properties alone.  In 2016, 34,500 real estate agents in the United States of America were attacked on the job, and according to the National Association of Realtors 33% of Realtors® said they’ve experienced a situation that made them fear for their personal safety or personal information.   

While many real estate agents already use a free smart phone safety app to track their whereabouts and alert colleagues in case of an emergency, and often the features are very limited.  Scatterling provides an automated worker safety monitoring system available 24/7 on your real estate agents already connected devices with added features such as missed check-in alarms, panic button, man-down detection and more. 

Do you have the right process available for your real estate agents when help is needed?  

How can Scatterling help?

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Proactive notifications

Scatterling does not require a real estate agent to signal for help manually.  For example, if an agent was to get in trouble and can’t call for help, Scatterling will sound an alarm once the timer expires and let the monitor know they need help.

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HIGH RISK CHECK-IN TIMERS:

Depending on the hazard risk scenario, agents can set their check-in duration to under 15 minutes or every hour.  If an agent misses a check-in a co-worker and supervisor would be immediately notified of a possible emergency, and be sent the exact location, and any other details the agents have previously supplied, such as voicemails and work itinerary. 

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Emergency Panic button:

Scatterling also has integration to manually signal for help with a blue tooth panic button. When triggered, all of the emergency contacts will be notified of a confirmed emergency, and sent any voicemails that have previously recorded, details of location, and work profile.

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FULL DEVICE INTEGRATION:

Scatterling can be used on any device, such as smartphones, laptops, landlines, and pagers, that employees might already be carrying with them. Therefore, they do not need to carry any new or excess equipment with them at any time.

 
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