Many smartphones come equipped with built-in emergency SOS functions which can be used for free. Understandably, we sometimes get asked by prospective customers – “why can’t my staff just use the SOS feature on their smartphone if they need help?” In this blog we take you through just what these built-in panic features can – […]
The StaySafe app was launched in 2018, and was introduced to help monitor the safety of TasWater’s remote and lone workers.
StaySafe has been named as one of the three winners of the 2019 Readers’ Choice award by Canadian Occupational Safety (COS) magazine. Over 1,200 readers across Canada chose StaySafe as one of the best lone working monitoring companies in the country. StaySafe is an app and surrounding cloud-based monitoring service which tracks a lone worker’s […]
We are excited to be taking part in Crisis X: The Readiness Conference in Auckland, New Zealand. Alongside our UK Partner, StaySafe, we are showcasing our latest product – IncidentEye. The IncidentEye incident management solution is an app and monitoring service which allows you to rapidly locate and protect your employees during an emergency. The […]
When we think of lone workers we usually imagine those working in complete isolation such as a security guard manning a building at night, or a farmer working out in the middle of a field. However, while this may be true for many, lone working doesn’t always mean being completely alone. Lone workers may very […]
This article provides a brief guide on the different options for notes on check-in and session extend. StaySafe has recently been updated with the ability to allow or enforce the entry of notes not only at the start of a user’s session but also during a session. The ability to add additional notes during a […]
We have recently introduced an easy way to find out your StaySafe log in and reset your password – whether you’re an app user or a Hub admin! Please share the article with your teams using StaySafe so that they to can log in to StaySafe quickly and easily if they ever forget their details.
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